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MK3 ADVANCED SERIES BRUSH SETS

Games & Gears | £27.99 (kolinsky), £23 (synthetic) | gamesandgears.co.uk

Games & Gears has expanded its MK3 line of paintbrushes with two new sets, the third evolution of the series: an assortment of size 0, 00 and 000 fine detail brushes with bristles made of pure kolinsky hair – a favourite of artists – and a slightly thicker trio of size 1, 2 and 3 synthetic brushes for more general painting use, as well as inks and metallic paints, which will ruin natural hair bristles. The brushes of all six brushes are finely crafted and keep their shape well during use.

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