Don't miss out on this Limited Edition Brush Set put together by Trekell Pro Team Artist, Sean Cheetham. Each set comes with 8 synthetic brushes on both 6" and 10" black handles with black ferrules, all packaged in a bag with a header card featuring Sean's artwork. These brushes work with oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink and gouache.
- 3 - #4 Black Taklon Round 6" Handle Brushes
- 2 - #6 Black Taklon Round 6" Handle Brushes
- 1 - #10 Black Taklon Filbert 6" Handle Brush
- 1 - #12 Black Taklon Filbert 10" Handle Brush
- 1 - #16 Black Taklon Filbert 10" Handle Brush
So far they are great. Used w/watercolors. The #10 in particular has become my new favorite go to brush for versatility.
Came in perfect condition and loving how soft the black taklon bristles are! The black color really helps with hiding the staining in regular taklon as well and its very sturdy within each stroke! Highly recommend.
These brushes are great! They hold a lot of paint and feel nice in the hands. Why don't they make more black paint brushes. They hid staining so they always look new. I love them so much I am debating on getting a second back up set. I have only used them with oils but so far so good.
I’ve bought this set for myself and 2 more as gifts. The Teklon bristles are very resilient and the black color hides any “staining” from the paints. I use the golden versions as well. These are reliable and when used with the brush restorer, long lasting. The black on black is also cool!
These were a gift for my talented daughter. She started a painting class as a Junior year 'blow off' class and then she and the teacher realized she has the knack...already doing realistic portraits 8 months or so later. This is wonderful beyond words because it may re-direct her post-HS plans towards creative, rather than destructive, ends. We are encouraging her gently with art related gifts: canvases, paints, & these brushes. If we say "do art" she'll rebel instantly and go back to her war path (bombing folks as a military peon engaged in mindless overseas military adventurism). If she simply makes art, she's a magnificent creature celebrating the possible by doing something which requires all her focused energy. She has even mentioned going to college for art. You have no idea how much this means, especially to those of us who love the country, but not the empire, and want to see our daughter involved in a business other than destruction. These brushes are one more subtle stepping stone getting her onto a better path forward and she's loving them. Thank you.