With so many brushes and brush lines to choose from with Royal & Langnickel, it can be hard to decide which brush is best for you. Here we break down some of our most popular brush lines, highlighting the features and uses of each line so you can choose the one that is best for your project.
The entire Moderna line features water-resistant acrylic handles with a purple metallic finish and anodized aluminum ferrules, giving the line a unique, modern look. Both series can be used with acrylic, watercolor, and oil paints. Moderna Series 47 brushes feature fully synthetic filaments and long handles while Series 77 brushes have standard handles and a range of synthetic and natural filaments. Series 77 also offers several unique shapes and specialty styles, including script liner, flat wisp, and filbert comb brushes that are ideal for contemporary painters.
These brushes are especially popular with watercolor artists, but can also be used with acrylic. The bevel edge on the brush handle can be used to open watercolor paper and the brush shapes are ideal for watercolor artists. This line is also available in mini sizes for detail painting and miniature work.
This artist brush line features a complete assortment of six racks of brushes with each brush having a specific purpose and use. All Zen brushes include sturdy metallic acrylic handles that are water-resistant to stand up to regular use and cleanings.
This expansive brush line features our patented soft-grip handle for extra comfort while painting. Each Soft-Grip brush is color-coded by hair type, including Synthetic Sable, Gold Taklon, White Taklon, Hog Bristle, Sableine, Goat, Ox and Combo brushes utilizing mixtures of natural hair and synthetic fibers. The line also features dozens of brush shapes with long and standard handles, including round, flat, filbert, fan, angular, and detail, and is ideal for a wide range of mediums.
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