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Too expensive for syntheticFor the price just get Rosemary and Co natural sable. For synthetic bristles at this price, it's just a waste of money. The tips became permanently bent from just one session, if you've used synthetic before, you know that is permanent. This is the main downfall of synthetic, the tips get bent easy and unlike natural, they stay bent. Not worth it, try the Da Vinci red handles for the same price if you insist on synthetic or if you can find them, the Utrecht sable (black and gold handle) not synthetic but around the same price.3Good brushGreat brush. I found it cheaper at a craft store but if u don't have a craft store in your town buy it here. Comparable to other brands like Princeton and zen brushes. I use it for gouache paintings and some India ink.5Great for varnishing.Great for varnishing. I had bought a cheap 3 pack of brushes for $8 and the bristles separated and left big streaks of varnish in my painting; seen in the last picture. So I decided to spend a little more and this brush saved the day as seen in the first pic. The second and third picture shows after I cleaned it and it cleaned up great leaving the bristles nice and soft again. It was a little more than what I wanted to spend on a brush but when it comes to your art, don t go cheap on art materials.5Great brushI love this brush, and I use it a lot. It s perfect for lining artwork. My only problem is even following the instructions for caring for the brush, the brush-hair warps relativity quickly.4Five StarsMy favorite liner brush ever! I use it so often I need another.5Too soft bristleIt's holds lots of water, but it's not stiff enough to hold it's shape. Some what floppy for detail work.3Very good brush for detailsA well-known British artist recommended this brush. I agree with him. This brush is inexpensive and really good for painting small details in watercolor.5Great quality brush.I ordered this and received 1 brush in the requested size. I bought the #0000 'Series 111 Round' option to paint table top miniatures. I paint on canvases normally and have never had the need for anything that was this tiny. The details that this size can accomplish is insane.The quality of the brush is great and I have not had any issues with loose bristles. It holds a good amount of paint. I have used it for acrylicsEasy to clean, easy to use. Good size brush handle and the color of the handle is nice too.I highly recommend this brush for miniature detail painting.5The handle paints started to came off from brush handle ...The handle paints started to came off from brush handle after few used. It get to the point that it is everywhere when I am painting. Brush is okay not supper impressive compared to others.2lovelyWonderful brush. It s thin and precise, allowing for detailed work with watercolor paint. I have a few of these brushes and they re my favorite. Easy to clean and durable.5
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Winsor & Newton Cotman Water Colour Short Handle Synthetic Brush - Wash 2"