- Blue - Ultramarine Blue or Thalo Blue
- Green - Viridian Green or Thalo Green
- Yellow - Cad. Yellow Light or Winsor Yellow
- Burnt Sienna
- White - Titanium White
- Optional - Dioxazine Purple
Natural hog hair bristle brushes are great for seascapes. I
personally don't find any use for brights. They don't seem to carry much
paint. I prefer filbert or flat brushes. After using flats for a while
their square edges wear off and make a filbert.
brush stokes and filberts make a smoother painting. Its all a matter of
preference. You may use synthetic brushes of your choice. However I don't find sable
or other soft brushes are not suitable for seascapes.
Use the size brush appropriate for the size of the canvas you will be using.
I normally use stretched canvas for my oil painting.
Gesso hardboard panels by Ampersand are also an excellent choice.