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Synthetic brushes?

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by brian, May 9, 2022.

  1. brian A Fixture

    I've been using W&N series7 and Raphael 8404 brushes for many years,but the prices are just going crazy,and as I don,t paint as much as I used to I,m not looking for longitivity , but a brush where the point could survive 2 figures.
  2. Nap Moderator

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  3. Hawk_Uk PlanetFigure Supporter

    You can always give our sable brushes a try Brian.

    See our website for full details.

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  4. elgreco A Fixture

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  5. Henk A Fixture

    My Broken Toad Fugazi brushes are still going strong, although they don't see as much use as the Kolinsky MkIII's. They are good brushes, but can occasionally suffer from the dreaded 'hooked point', but as explained on the Broken Toad website, holding them in hot water and reshaping them, works. My workhorses are a selection of W&N "professional" brushes (from The Range), and I have a Rahael No. 3 which is great for base coating. My W&N No.7's get little use, because the belly doesn't hold enough paint for me.
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