This affordable golden synthetic is popular not just for its cost, but because it delivers unexpected quality for a value brush. Series 4350 goes head-to-head with value brushes throughout the market, and comes up a winner repeatedly. Princeton's belief in Real Value drove us to create a product that is perfect for students and amateurs, but also serviceable to professional painters.
- Angular Brights/Shaders: Used for tight shading and curved strokes.
- Fans: Brush fibers are spread out making it useful for subtle blending and for textural effects.
- Filberts: Create a softer edge than a flat or bright.
- Flats: Longer hairs than a bright, this brush has more flex and a large color carrying capability.
- Liners: Similar to rounds, but with longer hairs. Liners have a large color carrying capacity and makes long, fluid strokes.
- Rounds: Smaller sizes are typically used for detail work and larger sizes tend to be used for washes and filling in color.
- Strokes: Strokes have long, rectangular ends, a large color carrying capacity and create long, fluid strokes.
- Washes: A wide, flat brush used primarily to lay-in large amounts of color, to wet paper, or for blending.