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.
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
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.
Glazing your models is a great way to add extra colour definition to a completed paint job, and to avoid any messy corrections we've designed the Citadel Colour STC Glaze brush with maximum shape retention in mind. This means that your glazes only go where you want them to, and the medium-sized bristles pick up just the right amount of paint to avoid pooling in the recesses.
Quickly adding definition to small nooks and crannies can be a real pain in the rear armour. Luckily, the S Dry brush is designed specifically to reach into tight spaces and pick out all the wires, ridges, and other assorted details so you might need, letting you quickly get your smallest miniatures up to a Parade Ready standard.