Reddit Reddit reviews Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Miniature Watercolor Brush - Short Handle Round #000

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Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Miniature Watercolor Brush - Short Handle Round #000
The World’s Finest Water Color Brush - for artists who appreciate exquisite quality and longevity, there is no other brush than the Winsor & Newton Series 7.Point – having a crisp point and maintaining that during use.Snap & Spring – the brush snaps back crisply into shape with the right degree of spring to allow the artist superior control with a degree of give and take between the brush and painting surface.Flow Control – the color flows evenly and consistently from the point with enough color carry capacity within the belly of the brush to lay down a flowing gestural stoke of colour.
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2 Reddit comments about Winsor & Newton Series 7 Kolinsky Sable Miniature Watercolor Brush - Short Handle Round #000:

u/Roebic · 3 pointsr/minipainting

So this is what I found. Don't waste your time. Buy 3 Windsor Newton Series 7 brushes from Amazon(#00, #1, #2 for $40 bucks, just $10 dollars more than these) instead. You'll get much much much more mileage out of them. I have pictures of base coating 2 ork minis but honestly I was so disappointed in the Siberian Kolonski's that I just stopped. Out of the package they had dirt/dust/something in the bristles and I had to pick the fluff off the mini. No spring in the bristles, they never returned to the starting position. As I applied pressure to the tip the bristles would look like \ and would stay like that. The WNS7 popped right back into place. The bristles splayed and I had to trim some errant hairs. I had to clean and condition every brush I used.

I have lots of hobbies mini painting is just one of them. I have found that if you really enjoy your hobby one of the best things you can do is spend the money on quality tools. Sure I understand buying a $20 dollar grinder to grind something once in awhile but if you do it everyday you go out and spend the money. This is no exception. I try to paint every day, both minis and canvas. The brushes that OP linked are not worth the trouble.

The one redeeming factor for these (as I always like to say something positive) is after conditioning the size "8" brush will be used to lay down washes and glazes.

u/c0horst · 1 pointr/Warhammer40k

I use this for eyes... super tiny brush.