Thursday, July 28, 2011

Princeton Brush Company

Over the past year I've been heavily painting quite on my Dwarf and Tomb King Armies.  Over the years I've become a fan boy for the Windsor Newton Series 7 as I really think their quality has actually improved my painting.  But there are those occasions that you just don't want to pull out the expensive brushes for fear of damaging my prize possessions.  In particular anytime I employ drybrushing or paint metallics I typically look to an alternative, aka cheaper, brush.  Well I'm glad to say that I've found an alternative line of brushes that are inexpensively priced and seem to fair a bit better than the the typical craft store brushes.  They are made by the Princeton Brush Company and the brand is knows as Real Value.  I've been using the Camel and Sable sets (9100, 9101 and 9105) and I've been very happy with the results.  So if you are the market for some cheap, alternative brushes I recommend you check them out.
 

2 comments:

FBroundup said...

Thanks for the link Rob...where do you get your Windsor Newton brushes?

retroalias said...

Dickblick is the cheapest place I have found.

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