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Old 02-18-2010, 05:02 PM
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Re: Acrylic brushes - are they all (really) created equal ??

I like the Princeton 6100 for my stiff brushes, Silver Brush Silverwhites for softer, and I have one Silver Brush Renaissance round {really nice brushes} for detail stuff. Those Winsor and Newton Eclipse brushes are real nice, too, but I have not used mine much {yet!}

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