Commonly called ‘Nylon’. There are many types both in colour of strand and diameter. Nylon has some unique characteristics in that its retention, snap and spring are all superb. Although in watercolour will not hold the same amount of liquid as natural hair. The development of Nylon continues to improve, with processors striving to match for example Sable hair. Arguably some artists prefer Nylon as an excellent substitute for Sable and other natural hair. Versatile and hard wearing, suitable for watercolour, oil and acrylic, glass, silk etc.
Commonly called 'Nylon', Golden Synthetic has some unique characteristics in that its retention, snap and spring are all superb. Widely used for painting rigging on ships, as the name implies. Ideal for longer lines holding colour to flow through the stroke.
Firm medium length offering fine point. Specially shaped triangular ferrule allows the Nylon to taper together to form a good point. A must have for botanical artists when pressed to the paper creates a stunning petal mark.
Commonly called 'Nylon', Golden Synthetic has some unique characteristics in that its retention, snap and spring are all superb. A longer version of the standard pointed round brush. Tapered to a fine point. A favourite of botanical artists.
Large 4” flat wash brush – ideal for varnishing, glazing, background work. Can be used with any medium – if Oil or Acrylic then thin down a little.Great for large water colour ‘wash’ applications. This brush allows you to cover larger areas quickly. Has the snap and spring of high quality taklon ( nylon ) and comes to a chisel sharp edge so can paint line work also.
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