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A brush and water container in one! Great for watercoloring, rubber stamping, sketching and more. The small, medium, large, and flat brushes all hold 7 ml of water, and the mini holds 5½ ml of water.
Squeeze or fill the water reservoir, screw on the brush tip, and you're ready to go! Squeeze the Niji Waterbrush gently to wet the brush and keep it moist, which eliminates continually dipping your brush. This brush is great for travel.
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Can't do art without this
from Eureka Springs, AR
Comments about Niji Waterbrush:
This makes my travel art kit doable. This is the greatest thing since sliced bread....no messy containers of water to mess with.... Love it!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I love using these water brushes !
I love using these water brushes! I find it's easier to squeeze the upper barrell under a faucet to fill.they hold quite a bit of water . I give them a little squeeze to get going and the water flows nicely. The brush part holds its shape well. I like that you can see the sponge part near the brush to see that the water is flowing properly. Can't say enough good about these. I absolutely love them !!
Review of Niji Waterbrush
from Tucson, AZ
This is a new toy for me. It's the first time I've used a waterbrush so I'm just having fun playing with my new toy.
By Watercolor artist
from Allentown, PA
Best in category
from Gardiner, NY
I've tried all the waterbrushes and the Niji is pound-for-pound the best in of the bunch.Excellent bristle quality, nice-sized reservoir and takes a pretty good beating. (I really put these through the paces as I scrub with waterbrushes quite a lot.)My only small lament is that Niji doesn't make a flat brush.Highest recommendation.
from Phoenix, AZ
I use this product to color in sketches in my journal. The water reservoir is a nice size. The medium tip is a great size for my pages. Water-brushes do keep the brush wet, not dripping wet, but wet. This works for me, though I have a towel handy to dab the brush if needed.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
I use the Niji Waterbrush to blend skys in my landscapes when I have complex and varicolored cloud forms. It enables me to blend without over watering the paint which would make the paint film more fragile.
(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Quincy the swimmer
from Versailles, Ohio
My son Quincy loves these new brushesvery easy to use
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
I've been struggling with watercolor brush writing. I'd been using a regular watercolor brushes until I tried out the Niji medium size water brush. I love it. It noticed a difference in my writing instantly. It's easy to control and feels just like using a pen. I've tried it with watercolors and inks. Both work great. I"m planning on buying all sizes.
Every bit as good as my teachers described!
from Tiburon. CA
No need for seperate water container, water does not leak from cartridge, round brush versitile so no need for addl brush
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