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Pentel Aquash Water Brush - Fine

Pentel Aquash Water Brush - Fine

$5.75
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4.7 (30 reviews)
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If you want more detail in your artwork try this new fine Aquash brush from JetPens. Fine, medium, and large size brushes are all available.

Water brushes are a fairly new invention from Japan that have quickly gained popularity all around the world. There is a lot of potential in these brushes, as they eliminate the tools normally needed for watercolor paintings. They are also extremely portable, allowing one to paint on the go.

Aquash is so simple to use, anyone can enjoy it. Just create a crayon sketch, and then use the Aquash brush to blend the lines and colors. Or, you can apply the Aquash brush directly to the crayons and use them like paint. The brush is very easy to clean, just squeeze out some water and brush it on the sponge provided or a paper towel. One brush can be used for an entire painting!


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Customer Reviews

I bought this to do try...
January 5, 2014
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I bought this to do try out basic watercolor. I'm a total novice at art.

It works quite well! Holds a decent amount of water. My girlfriend, who's a professional watercolor illustrator, had never seen those before, and liked it. She didn't fall in love with it, so maybe it's better for beginners/people who haven't been using standard brushes for decades.

I'm happy with it though - it does its job, the construction is nice, it's easy to carry around in a bag.
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guillaumeardaud
They hold plenty of water...
August 4, 2013
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They hold plenty of water and the size is compact for travel, but the brush is way too soft and flimsy to be useful for me. The springiness I want just isn't there. Depending on your style, these might be great for you, but they did not meet my needs. I still kept them as backup, since they're relatively inexpensive and I enjoy having tools around that are different than what I'm used to. I'm pretty sure I wouldn't repurchase, though.
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My FAVORITE waterbrush!...
March 15, 2016
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My FAVORITE waterbrush! It has excellent spring and the odd shaped barrel both holds more water, and makes it easy to have a secure grip that doesn't accidentally squeeze the vessel(?) and release more water.

I personally have one for watercolor paintings, and the rest I use with Diamine ink (also purchased from JetPens) and I made DIY ink brushes!
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siana.adorno
This is just about the...
January 22, 2016
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This is just about the coolest thing since sliced bread, no joke. You never have to worry about dirty water and it uses so little as opposed to traditional brushes. I wouldn't say this should be your only watercolor brush, but this is perfect not just for traveling but painting at home as well. Works best I think with watercolor pans.
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I bought this and the...
December 11, 2015
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I bought this and the Kuretake small water brush to see which one had the finer line quality, and I think they're fairly equal. However, I would buy this one again because I can get a better variety of line thickness, and it's easier to refill.
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