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Watercolor Brushes typically have long, absorbent hairs, and the best are of natural fiber. By tradition, a watercolor brush has a short handle, since the artist executes fine detail and works close to the paper or medium.
High-end watercolor brushes, such as Kolinsky sable pointed rounds, are prized for their ability to keep a fine point, useful for detail work. Desired qualities include resiliency and snap.
The cost and scarcity of high-quality natural fibers has fostered the development of good synthetic alternatives. Synthetic watercolor brushes can be used with other media.
When it comes to paintbrushes for watercolors there are numerous different shapes suited to a variety of techniques.
Brushes are simply tools that perform different tasks. Your choice will be different from someone else because you favor certain techniques over others.
Large brushes are good for bold strokes and washes, small brushes for detail work, and mid-sized brushes for versatility.
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