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What kind do you use? For the couple years I've been doing this hobby, I've used about three different brushes as my main brushes, and all three were bought from HobbyTown USA for about $2.50... for all of my respectable painting I've used Taklon brushes made of some not-very-premium hair, and a couple very cheap (probably synthetic) flat brushes for tanks and other large things.
Recently I decided I'm going to step up my painting, read some tutorials, try some new techniques, and buy some fancy brushes... but not before I buy another $4.99 set of the Taklon ones.
So, what do you guys use?
Gloria Imperator, The Firstborn Stand!
- 2000pts Inquisition, 2000pts Vostroyans, 3000pts Vampire Counts, 1400pts Daemons, [WIP] 2500pts Death Guard
I use GW brushes, actually. They are readilly available to me, so it's an easy thing for me to buy.
I have two main brushes I use. Both were sent to my by the mighty fine friend of Mr Minus_t, they're the ever popular (and expensive) Windsor and Newton Series 7 brushes. I have sizes 0 and 1. Both are great at painting, they hold their point really well and are quite comfortable. I do however have other brushes for other uses - mixing brush, glue brush, basecoat/undercoat brush, drybrush brush etc.
I also use Windsor and Newton series 7 brushes and they are excellent. Although expensive they will keep their shape much much longer than the GW brushes and so are a worthwhile investment.
I do use the GW tank brush though, and I do like it a lot.
Im easily pleased
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He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
I also used to use these Roymac brushes I stole from art and citedel brushes (crap) but know I am serious about my painting it is Winsor & Newtons S7's all the way................or NEEF brushes (a little bit cheaper $16-20 AUSD).
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