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Robert Simmons Titanium synthetic bristle brushes offer all the qualities of the finest Chungking interlocked hog bristle but can be used with all thicknesses of acrylic and oil paints. An interlocked process enables these brushes to hold their shape while affording precise stroke control. They retain their sharp edge or point and their strength even when wet.
Lacquered kiln-dried birch handles are resin bonded to crimped brass ferrules, which are coated with a solvent-resistant finish that resembles titanium. The manufacturer offers a lifetime guarantee.
Use this brush, with its wide footprint, to apply a glaze over large areas, or for any application where a wider reach is needed.
Titanium Pack O
This set contains three short handle brushes: Flat Shader #8, Filbert #4, and Round #3.
Titanium Pack P
This set contains four short handle brushes: Flat Shader #10, Filbert #6, Round #1, and Round #5.
Titanium Pack Q
This set contains four long handle brushes: Bright #1, Filbert #2, Flat #4, and Round #0.
Titanium Pack R
This set contains four long handle brushes: Bright #4, Filbert #6, Flat #2, and Round #1.
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By Late life artist
from Baltimore MD
Comments about Robert Simmons Long Handle Titanium Brushes:
This brushes were approved by my art instructor, I am a novice, as a good choice.They were reasonably priced.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Outstanding in every way
I use this brush for oil painting. It's superb at holding it shape and it lasts a good time. Considering how much these brushes cost, I consider them an excellent deal.
Acrylic brush to use in watercolour technique
from Atherton, CA
Comments about Robert Simmons Titanium Round:
Good for "erasing" in watercolor. My teacher recommended it- the one recommended at my local store was to hard on the paper
So far so good
By George Da Vinci
from Los Angeles
I have been using Robert Simmons Titanium Brushes for about a year, and so far they appear to be good brushes. They perform well with oil paint and they look good. The brushes still keep the shape and the spring. The filament haven't split or dried, something uncommon about synthetic brushes after one year of use. Since I paint fine art paintings, these are one of the kind of brushes I must have, for their precision and soft tip. They carry plenty of paint and don't leave much of the stroke marks. They are easy to clean and have not sign of deterioration.
I love them... worth the money in my eyes...
from New York
These are the brushes I am happy to clean and look forward to using...
from Roanoke, VA
These brushes have a great spring and bounce to them. They seem to hold up well over multiple painting sessions. A great purchase!
"i would purchase this product again
By painter gal
from lacrosse WI
I ordered these to try with water based oil paints. Hog bristle brushes were a little course with the paint. These have softer bristles but still a nice spring.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Strurdy and Useful
By Sinbad the Sailor
from Portland, Oregon
I use these brushes with acrylics. I have found they well made and keep their shapes, even with energetic use. For this type of brush, they hold paint well. I have many types, and they all perform admirably. Given the quality, the price is quite fair.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
ALWAYS DEPENDABLE BRISTLE
from salem, or
Comments about Robert Simmons Titanium Flat:
Our studio is shared by two artists, a painted word artist and a fine art oil and acrylic artist. Both agree that the short handled (Titanium) brushes by Robert Simmons give us the most control and facility with paint and line. The flats are especially versatile and are always ordered through Dick Blick who prices them affordably, most always a lower price than one can find at any other art supply store. For 35 years, working together in a studio, we have come to using only the Robert Simmons brushes, and we have tried many, many other brushes over the years. Simmons always wins as the bristles do not splay out quickly, and last a long time.
No Disappointments Here
from Klickitat, WA
For acrylics, these are my go-to brushes. I have many of the Titanium (TT) series in most of the shapes and sizes available. These brushes have a nice resilience, springy, but not stiff. The tight ferrules, well proportioned bristles, and durable handles make it easy to recommend any brushes in the Titanium series (as well as Robert Simmons brushes in general) to any artist of any skill level. I continue to supplement my stock with new RS TT brushes.
Daler Rowney has a long tradition of brush manufacturing. These professional quality, hand-made brushes are
crafted from only the finest raw materials and offer a life-time guarentee against defects in materials or workmanship.
See the six series of brushes offered in the Robert Simmons line.
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