Reaper User Vaitalla Posted August 22, 2007 Reaper User Share Posted August 22, 2007 It all depends on your techniques. If you're layering using a feathering-type brushstroke or trying to paint fine filigree then I challenge you to get even near the same results with a Taklon that I can get with a Kolinsky sable, but for many other techniques and different brush-strokes taklon is fine. "Russian Weasel butt-fur"...I'm still laughing! Awesome. I'm going to have to fight not to call it that in my next class... Anyhoo, I love my DaVinci Maestro series 10 size 1. It's my competition-painting brush, and as someone stated before they are slightly longer and thinner in shape than the W&N series 7. Which makes them absolutely dreamy for things like fine details, lining, and feathery layering!! Russian Weasel Butt-Fur...oh, still have the giggles...hee! --Anne, a little loopy today Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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