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So I just got mines, but I haven't painted with them yet. They look awesome though. Does anybody have them too? What do you say about them? Do you likem them?
 

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So I just got mines, but I haven't painted with them yet. They look awesome though. Does anybody have them too? What do you say about them? Do you likem them?
Have you tried these yet? I need some new brushes and fancy trying them. I watched a video review and they seem good. Would you recommend them?
 

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@Relise yeah I would recommend them :) I've been using citadel and armypainter brushes (no windsor & newtons or something like that) and i am very satisfied with these. they are heavier than normal brushes but i take it as a plus (i think i have steadier hands because of the brush weight) and they hold tips really well. I have already order another set myself :)
 

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Cool I shall order some and give them a try :)
My last couple of Windsor a Newtons I bought online and they didn't have a good point to them, hence the urge to try something different.

Thanks
 

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Well the brushes turned up nice and swiftly. Packaging was nice and tidy and the brushes are very, very good! :biggrin:
Nice points and I love the way the caps come off to make the handle. Will be great if I need to transport them.
The weight is good and they have a good reach to get into those awkward areas.
I'll definitely be sticking with these for the foreseeable future

I've just started an Ork army and am painting some boyz with these brushes so I'll post a picture or 2 of the results when done.
 
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