Brushes by Name or Shape - Filbert


Filbert

Filbert

MEDIA

oil
acrylic
decorative

FIBER

sable
mongoose
bristle
badger
synthetic

DESCRIPTION AND USAGE

Thick, flat ferrule and oval-shaped medium to long hairs. Long handles. Natural hair is more suitable for blending because the hairs hold together when wet. With its soft rounded edges, the filbert is suitable for blending and figurative work.

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