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Paint "en plein air" with this portable, refillable Derwent plastic barrel water brush. There's no water pot required and no spills to worry about, plus it's easy to clean. The small (#1) tip has a fine fiber point for sharp, detailed lines. Water is supplied to this synthetic fiber tip via a leak proof valve.
Fine, Medium, Chisel point
This is a watercolor brush and water reservoir in one that’s great for creating on location. All you need is a waterbrush, watersoluble media, and a sketchbook, tissue paper or a cloth. The no-mess waterbrush eliminates the need for a separate water container.
The brushes are constructed of soft plastic with synthetic nylon tips in Fine, Medium and Chisel point. They’re distinguished by number and by color, so you can quickly grab the one you need. The Fine Tip is perfect for detail, Medium for broader strokes, and Chisel Tip issues firm, sharp fine lines or broad strokes when turned to the side.
A consistent water supply will allow you to go from dark to light in a natural, unbroken graduation. Start your stroke where you want the color to be the darkest and most saturated, and work your way to the lighter, less saturated areas.
Controlled water flow.
Adjust the non-drip valve to the water flow level you desire and squeeze. The valve also acts as a stopper, so the waterbrush won''t roll off of your sketchpad.
Add fine detail to your work.
Touch the tip of the waterbrush to the tip of a watersoluble pencil to add details to your projects.
Perfect 'en plein air.'
Pack your waterbrushes in a case with paper and watersoluble media, bring along a chair and some snacks, sit under a tree or at the beach and sketch out a project.