The most important part with a brush that you use for watercolour is that it can hold enough water and paint. If your brush is good at keeping the water and the paint in the tip, you can paint with the brush a longer time and you will not need to dip it as often. In the higher price category, there are sable brushes with a good elasticity. They will be able to keep the paint in the brush in a way that other brushes will not manage. This makes them very suitable for watercolour. We also have brushes with synthetic hair, and they are also fitting for watercolour. They can also be used for acrylic and oil paint, which makes them very useful when creating with different paints and techniques.
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