Brushes by Name or Shape - Fans and Blenders








Flat ferrule, spread hairs. Natural hair is more suitable for soft blending, and synthetic works well for textural effects. Useful for smoothing and blending, special effects and textures.

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Bristle for Acrylics and Oils
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Sable for Oils and Watercolor
Professional Sable
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Firm Synthetic
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Medium Synthetic
Soft Synthetic
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see also ...

Blick Guide to Brush Shapes

Blick Guide to Brush Hair

Blick Guide to Brush Sizes

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    Brushes are one of the most important tools a painter will purchase — and good brushes can be expensive. Kati will show you how to clean and care for your brushes so they will last longer.

  • Which Brush to Choose - Natural or Synthetic?
    Which Brush to Choose - Natural or Synthetic?

    Artists' paint brushes are made from either natural hair or synthetic fibers and can range from very stiff to very soft and flexible. Both types of brushes offer a wide range of shapes, sizes, qualities and prices. If you are considering which paint brush to buy but don't know whether to select a natural or synthetic brush, this video will help you decide.


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