Brushes by Name or Shape - Round


Round

Round

MEDIA

all media

FIBER

all hair
synthetic

DESCRIPTION AND USAGE

Round ferrule, round or pointed tip. Useful for detail, wash, fills, and thin to thick lines. A pointed round is used for fine detail. A detailer is a pointed round with very short hair.

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