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Escoda's Prado Tame synthetic offers varying lengths and diameters of a new high-performance filament that has been perfectly blended to perform exactly like a pure sable brush.
Excellent for oil, acrylic, or watercolor, the snap and color-carrying capacity of these brushes are outstanding. Unlike other brushmakers, Escoda cures each handcrafted brush to achieve excellent snap and resiliency.
Each brush features a triple-crimped nickel-plated brass ferrule, attached to a long burgundy lacquered wood handle.
Set of 6 — This six-piece, long-handled set includes brights in sizes 6, 10, and 14, and rounds in sizes 2, 6, and 10.
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Best synthetic brushes
from Foothills of CA
Comments about Escoda Prado Tame Synthetic Long Handle:
This produce does not loose its bristles like the cheaper synthetics. They seem to help control the watercolor washes. Better tools sure make a better product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Toluca Lake, CA
Easy cleaning. Sometimes hairs separate and stray.
from Prescott, AZ
Comments about Escoda Prado Tame Synthetic Sable Round:
these brushes are great to paint with.
REAL GOOD BRUSH
from Coalinga, Ca.
This is a real good brush. Holds its shape and I like the spring pressure. I will probably alwayskeep this style of Escoda on hand.
Just what I wanted!
from Casselberry, Fl.
It's perfect for large watercolor washes as well as some detail work.
Comments about Escoda Prado Tame Synthetic Sable Bright:
I like this brush and go thru them rather quickly when working w acrylic. I think this is due to overuse and the nature of the paint and brush hairs. The price is reasonable and I am able to order more when I need them. Changing out brushes is key to constant use. It also makes painting more enjoyable for me.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
The greatest watercolor brushes ever!
By Mama Leone
from Bonnyville, Alberta
I use these brushes for watercolor painting. I like The Prado Line of Escoda brushes because they are a little stiffer than natural hair brushes and yet still hold a lot of paint and water. Also they are very hardy and hold out under a lot of abuse. I do a lot of lifting in my style of painting. These brushes are fantastic for this technique!
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What a gift for my Grand-daughter!
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my favorite brush
from Las Vegas,Nv.
Escoda Prado # 14 and what a point, I can paint with it the smallest details,no wonder, that this brush is favorite too of Mr.Thomas Schaller
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I paint in oils and am always searching for a perfect brush. When I read the reviews for these brushes, I ordered #8B and #10B. Was so pleased with them that I ordered four more bright brushes in larger sizes. My search may be over. I just hope they stay nice and do not get out of shape.
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