Tim Holtz Water Brush Flat Tip

Sale price$17.50


he Tim Holtz Water Brush with Flat Tip (1cm wide) refillable paintbrush is an essential tool for everyone including painters, watercolourists, artists, journalers, calligraphers, illustrators, colourists and paper crafters. The durable synthetic bristles are flexible and hold their shape well. The flat brush tip allows you to create smooth blends and washes, stripes, fan shapes, chisel style markings, and large lettering.

Simply fill the easy-squeeze reservoir with water then 'paint' any surface already coloured with water-soluble ink, dye, or paint. The Tim Holtz Water Brush has an anti-leak, controlled delivery system. Also includes a protective cap. The overall length of the brush is 6 inches (with cap). The brush tip is approx 1cm wide.

How to Use ... Fill the chamber with water to have it ready for painting and colouring everywhere you go. The tight fitting lid ensures there is no leakage.
- The controlled water delivery system of the Tim Holtz Water Brush allows for optimal paint mixing and surface coverage. No need for squeezing constantly for a continued flow of water or ink once first used after filling. 
- To fill, either squeeze the chamber while under water (and suck in the water) or pull out the black valve, being careful to not damage the seal. Squeeze gently to prime.

Why? ... A refillable water brush enables you to paint with watercolour paints, inks and pencils everywhere you go without the requirement of a jar of water to wash your brush. It is self cleaning, simply wipe on a cloth to clean the brush tip. You can treat it like a regular paint brush and use dry and swish it in a jar of water too. Use in the comfort of your lounge room, a studio, while at camp or on the bus going to work. Everywhere! 

Alternatively, fill with your favourite colour for use as customised brush pens for calligraphy, lettering, painting, colouring and journaling. This waterbrush is great for colouring and blending stamped images to give them a beautiful watercolour effect. 

Only fill with water and waterbased liquids ... water (salt, rain, tap, river, distilled - all have a different effect on paint too), fountain pen inks, watercolour ink, Dylusions Ink Sprays and Tim's Distress Inks (Spray Stains or Dauber Stains).
Not recommended are acrylic inks (too thick), solvent or alcohol based products, Dylusions White Linen Ink Spray (it has a powdered pigment) or any Distress Inks with powders and pigments (all metallics and Oxides inks). 

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