Featuring synthetic bristles for optimal shape retention and the finest point, this medium brush (M Glaze) will make short work of applying Citadel Glaze paints to your miniatures. Detail work is made quick and easy - you’ll be amazed by what you can do!
When painting large models with Citadel Shade paints, it's important to get an even, smooth coat for best results. That's why our L Shade brush has the broadest tip of any Citadel brush, perfect for picking up loads of paint and getting it all over the biggest Greater Daemons and Imperial tanks you can get your hands on.
The Citadel Colour STC M Base brush is the perfect workhorse brush for new and veteran hobbyists, featuring a flatter, curved head that gives a smooth and even coat ideal for Citadel Base paints. Turn the brush sideways and the narrow edge is excellent for painting lines and sharp details on your miniatures, making it easier than ever to clean up rough spots and have your paint jobs looking pristine.
Shading is one of the best ways to add instant depth and shadow to your models, and when you want to avoid getting any of your Citadel Shade paint on the work you've done already, the M Shade brush is the tool for you. Designed to hold plenty of paint while giving you some much-needed control, it's the ideal brush for getting deep details right where you need them.
When it comes to painting your tanks, Knights, and Dreadnoughts, you want to get as much coverage for your base layers as possible. That's where Citadel's STC L Base brush comes in, able to sweep a splotch of colour across any flat surface that might need it.
The technique known as drybrushing is a fantastic way to add detail to raised areas of your miniature, and the best results come from using a brush with straight, stiff bristles. That's why we've designed our M Dry brushes to have a flat profile and just the right surface area to suit models of all shapes and sizes
Small enough to fit into all sorts of tight nooks and crannies, the S Base brush is perfect for getting Citadel Base paints onto areas surrounded by colours you want to keep just as they are. As a smaller-pointed brush, they're also excellent for edge highlighting your models, and adding finishing details like script and glass lenses.