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Scholastic and Classroom Brushes are designed to meet the needs of teachers, so they don't have the performance of fine artist brushes. We designate some of our own scholastic brushes as "economy grade" for the teacher who really needs a low price brush. But the better scholastic brushes are not cheap. They're tough and sturdy, for the classroom teacher who plans to make them last through many class periods.
Camel Brushes do not come from camels at all. It is found in watercolor and lettering brushes and usually is made of squirrel, goat, ox, pony or a blend of several hairs, depending on the desired softness and intended cost of the brush.
From our beginning in 1911 until now, Blick has been offering Blick brand brushes. Our CEO, Bob Buchsbaum, reveals his grandfather's historical "brush with fame" and explains why Blick brand brushes are a great choice for any artist, at any level, with any budget.
Brushes are one of the most important tools a painter will purchase — and good brushes can be expensive. Kati will show you how to clean and care for your brushes so they will last longer.
Artists' paint brushes are made from either natural hair or synthetic fibers and can range from very stiff to very soft and flexible. Both types of brushes offer a wide range of shapes, sizes, qualities and prices. If you are considering which paint brush to buy but don't know whether to select a natural or synthetic brush, this video will help you decide.
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