Pentel Aquash Water Brush - Large

Pentel Aquash Water Brush - Large

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4.9 (10 reviews)
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For fuller coverage try this Aquash large sized brush. Medium and fine are also 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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I LOVE these brushes....
January 15, 2008
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I LOVE these brushes. I've tried a few different brands of waterbrushes, and these are definitely my favorite. The water comes out just right when you squeeze it, unlike some which will squeeze out too little or too much. It's also really easy to refill. And the shape is great because it won't roll off the table. The brush/bristles itself are also the best around. My regular watercolor brushes are pretty much obsolete now because of these Pentel Aquash brushes. The large size is my favorite, but if you're going to be doing extremely detailed work you might want to go for medium or fine.
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These water brushes arrive...
January 6, 2015
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These water brushes arrive by way of Japan and are quite ingenious. Traveling with a sketchbook, a small pan of cake watercolor and this brush means you are always primed for creativity.
Cake watercolor pans are recommended because the brush picks up color rather than soaks up color. And keeping this in mind it takes very small amounts of water to pick up sufficient medium. It also does away with a container for wash water because the brush is simply cleansed by wiping on a paper towel, napkin or blue jeans. One is cautioned not to squeeze out water to make broad washes for sky or landscape. This is rather a tool for working in close with details.
Designed originally for use with watercolor pencils, it excels in this application. Of great value to the artist is the ability of the brush material to snap back to a sharp point and to maintain this under prolonged use.
The brush of course has limitations but the trade-offs in convenience and availability in the field make up for many of them.
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I love the Pentel Aquash...
November 9, 2014
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I love the Pentel Aquash Waterbrush Pen - Large. The large would have to be my favorite out of the small and medium. It can pretty much do both small and mediums jobs in one. I really like the new look it has now. I bought one last year and it was great, but after a while it started leaking and the bush is stained from the paint. So that's when I got another one. I don't know why but this newer one feels different compared to my older one. the water comes out at a steady pace and not all over the place. The cap snaps on and feels like it wont fall of at anytime. The Pentel Aquash Waterbrush Pen - Large is a must buy for when your on the go or just at home. I know I cant live with out it.
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The best picked up 5...
September 29, 2010
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The best picked up 5 of these =) They might not work good on traditional watercolor paper I use it on Bristol board for coloring not really traditional watercoloring the size of the brush head is equal to like a #5 or #6 brush but it remains sharp after it dries.
It releases water as you paint trace ammounts or if you squeeze it you can release drops of water at a time.
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Easily the best waterbrush...
June 16, 2010
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Easily the best waterbrush out there, great flow and precision, I love the way it fits in my hand, I tend to order these in bulk!
2 people found this helpful