CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Royal Brush RART-115 Langnickel Large Area Brush Set, Chinese Hake Brushes (Pack of 3)
|Price:||$7.60 ($2.53 / Set) & FREE Shipping|
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Specifications for this item
|Brand Name||ROYAL BRUSH|
|EAN||5112788186694 , 0090672788108|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Number of Items||3|
|Size||1 in, 2 in & 3 in|
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Large area artist brush set- Three Chinese Hake brushes. These soft brushes are ideal for laying in large areas of water or watercolor. They can also be used as subtractive tools for absorbing excess me diameter or "picking up" watercolor or ink. Great for fast and loose painting styles washes and laying in background color! The soft natural hair is glued and then literally stitched right onto the wooden handle. Therefore these brushes are not meant to be left immersed in water me diameter for long periods of time.
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That said, my experience is with the 1" and 2" brushes in this package. The 3" one is a little bit too big to use easily at this point (my wax cans aren't wide enough to dip it into), but I'm confident that that will change in the future. I would like to see about getting smaller ones now, too, though, since these are working out so well. I don't think hakes come much smaller, though, so I may be hunting for an equivalent for a while!
Good solid brushes. Recommend!
The vendor sent them very quickly and well packaged. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Spread chemical carefully and the hairs will not come out. I've noticed one every now and then, doesn't seem to be so much of an issue.
I liked the brushes as they are very soft and spread the encaustic was very well.
These brushes can stand the heat required to do encaustic painting and do not melt like synthetic brushes.
UPDATE: These are still in great shape after two semesters of pottery and I plan to continue using them. Quite pleased.