The three larger ones were completely smushed and ruined when they arrived, but truly they were too big to use for my little sketchbooks anyway so I didn’t bother with a return. The smaller three are my favorite water brushes by far.
The brush tops are not colored as photographed. Brushes themselves are poor quality.
I’ve has these for like a year now. They are ok for the price but other Brands like Arteza have better brushes that are high quality for around the same price. So u might as well just buy those
Comparing with other brushes this kind of brushes doesn't do very good job in watercolor painting.
Water leaks with out even pressing it. But for the cost who cares, its mostly the bigger brushes that do it and i only realy use the smaller ones. Its good if you dont want to get the expensive ones and just give it a go
Three of mine came with damaged tips, one of which was because the cap wasn't wide enough and it forced it to curl in on itself. Not a fan of the water reservoir either, but that's just a personal preference I didn't know I had until using these. Definitely prefer them shorter and slightly wider since I don't need to squeeze it as much. I seem to have better control that way.
I’m just disappointed with these, mainly because of the brush tips. The bristles alone feel fine, but not a single one of the rounds I received has a nice, pointed tip. The tips are curling outward and won’t make a nice point even when I dip them in water. The flats are too loosely packed and the bristles don’t align evenly. I’m giving these 3 stars because the brushes still technically work and may be fine for anyone looking for a value set but isn’t too particular about the brush tips.
I don't hate these but I find the two wider ones pretty useless for my use. I just dont like the bristles.
A little difficult to clean thoroughly but fun product.
This product was a gift. The recipient advised there is no WOW factor. There wasn't enough variety in brush tips and size. They weren't sure exactly how the brushes were supposed to work. They did fill the brush column with water then squeezed the water onto the paint palette and used the watercolor paints in that way.