Includes discussion of using water brushes with watercolors, watercolor pens, watercolor pencils, gel pens, fountain pen inks, drawing inks, copic marker refils, and what NOT to fill your water brush with.
The Pentel Aquash Water Brush Pens are one of the most versatile tools I've ever come across. It can be used with so many different materials and create a ton of unique and exciting effects. Learn some of the basic techniques in my water brush tutorial!
Featuring four of the popular Pentel Aquash Water brush Pens in different tip and body sizes, this set has all brushes you need to do watercolor paintings. Extremely portable and convenient to use, these water brushes are a must-have for any artist!
Ever wonder what the differences are between different water brushes? I tried to put together a little comparison between the 5 that I have. In my opinion the easiest brushes to learn with are the Kuretake (1) or Pentel medium (3) or Pentel large (4). These all have a brush tip length:width ratio that are easiest to manipulate. The Pentel small (2) and Sakura Koi (5) are long and thin meaning they are much harder to control if you aren't used to it yet. For a deeper explanation keep reading…