A Nylon tip brush with excellent control for fine line work or Chinese/Japanese calligraphy. A re-fillable cartridge that screws securely on the base of the brush, and is the handle of the brush itself. Use any water-based inks or watercolours that you like, for your colour or black ink work. Add water to a black ink for interesting shades of grey! The brush re-activates when left for some time, by simply dipping the tip in water, and squeezing the handle reservoir. Wash brush in warm water before using. Available in Fine, Medium and Broad tips.
White Taklon single filament.
Short mahogany stained polished handle with a seamless nickel plated brass ferrule.
Ideal for all water media, particularly useful for folk artists and crafters.
Capable of fine lines as well as smooth washes.
A taklon synthetic hair brush with a round tip that keeps its point.
Very durable and excellent for schools.
Camel hair brushes actually consist of various cheaper hair types like pony or lesser grade squirrel hair.
There is no hair from a real camel in this brush.
If you're unable to afford a Neef 4600 wash brush, this brush will be suitable to use for covering large areas such as skies.
This brush is durable in that it withstands repeated stippling techniques whilst maintaining it's shape.
It's made from natural hair and is great for texture.
Use a dry brush technique to create fur, foliage and trees.
This technique works best if the brush is not too wet.
A new development has been the combination of squirrel and taklon.TAKLON For point and spring, SQUIRREL for colour carrying capacity. This mix gives a superb brush
- For watercolour at a much lower price than sable.
- Traditionally watercolourists have used brushes made from squirrel, however the hair is expensive.
20% of the SQUIRREL / TAKLON brush hair is made from blue Squirrel. This hair is a lot lighter than the taklon so the actual hair volume for the squirrel component seems much greater.
Squirrel retains lots of water and when combined with taklon it makes a perfectly affordable watercolour brush
This brush is made from a modern synthetic hair which keeps its point beautifully when placed in water.
This brush is endorsed by world renowned water colourist, David Taylor, the author of the book “Solving the mystery of watercolour”.
Originally he tested this brush with a synthetic / sable mixture but he found that the hair spread when pressure was applied.
The unique synthetic hair meets his exacting standards