These sheep hair brushes can be used with a wide range of media, including watercolor and oil, and are particularly well-suited for ceramic art. A metal ferrule protects the brush roots. Inexpensive and long lasting.
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Excellent price and service.
It is good quality brush for very reasonable price.
Rated by: Cindy B.in Grand Junction, CO
Lovely brush, nice and soft.
Rated by: Lynn D.in Opelika, AL
It serves my purpose at a very reasonable cost
Rated by: Joellyn L.in Bend, OR
There are times in my painting process when only this kind of brush will do. I make large, abstract oil paintings with a variety of tools. These brushes are the best for large areas of smooth paint, or for dragging through thick layers and really mixing things up.
Rated by: marne h.in bay shore, NY
This has become a favorite of mine next to my badger brush. Softened my decorative paint finish nicely.
Rated by: Carolyn O.in Needles, CA
This brush is truly amazing! I did not expect the results I got with a brush I didn't have to pay a fortune for! I will buy a lot more of these!
Rated by: Walter K.in Deming, NC
The Hake Brush gives me the desired effect especially when painting Desert, Clouds and Mountains which are beautiful here in Southern New Mexico.
Rated by: Benjamin H.in madison, WI
i use hake brushes as a great, inexpensive alternative to costly blending brushes for faux finishes and gives a soft look with glazes.
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