The following images display the different types of brushes you can use for painting.

 

 

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Dagger Brush

Ideal for signwriting as it creates long lines.
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Round Future Brush

Can be used for oil, acrylic, poster colour and general purpose work.
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Revolution Bright Brush

Ideal shading brush where short, controlled strokes are required.
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Revolution Filbert Brush

Ideal for sketching work, thin to broad strokes, shape details and highlights.
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Revolution Mitre Brush

Suitable for thin to broad strokes and excellent for lineal work.
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Revolution One Stroke Wash Brush

Ideal for long strokes, broad colour coverage, background washes and great for glazing.
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Revolution Quill Mop Brush

A great, all purpose watercolour brush with a round mop shape that has the ability to load a large amount of colour for extensive wash work, while the tapered point is suitable for detail work.
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Revolution Rigger Brush

The extra length hair allows the user to have continuity of colour application in lineal work without having to keep reloading.
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Revolution Round Brush

Good belly size is useful for carrying colour to cover large areas.
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