BrokenToad MK2 Miniatures Series Brushes
A set of 4 outstanding brushes from BrokenToad in the UK. Made from Kolinsky Sable, these keep a very sharp point with a brush for all miniature painting needs.
Keep in mind that authentic Sable will hold a bit more water than normal and are very soft. You do not need to press very hard against your miniature to deposit paint!
The set comes with the following brush sizes in a storage box:
BrokenToad's own description below:
BrokenToad MK2 paint brushes are individually handmade from 100% pure Siberian male Kolinsky sable (Mustela Sibirica) hair, giving superior snap and paint retention, fitted onto a sleek, contemporary wooden handle shaped to give the brush excellent control and balance. The brush head features an ample belly, capable of holding a generous amount of paint, which tapers to a very fine point allowing the paint to flow precisely and accurately onto the model. With its natural conical shape and excellent snap we feel that handmade Kolinsky sable hair brushes are the best choice for model painters.
This is The Army Painter TAPBR7016 Hobby Brush: Super Detail.
This super fine hobby brush is for the smallest of paint jobs, like dotting the eyes or painting fine lines. The Super Detail brush comes with the characteristic red handle as do all our Hobby Brushes.
This is The Army Painter TAPBR7017 Wargamer Brush: Masterclass Brush.
This Masterclass Brush is as good as it comes. The absolute finest Kolinsky Sable hair is used to make this handmade brush into a work of art. Needle like point ensures maximum accuracy and the black triangular handle gives 100% control. Size 2/0.
As the name suggests this is an extremely fine and small brush for the ultra small highlights, facial tatoos or just insane details like colouring the iris of an eye of a 28mm. miniature!
The Rotmarder sable hairs on this brush and its considerable size makes the Regiment brush spectacular for speedpainting big swathes of troops.
The sharp tip makes basecoating with this brush really easy and fast.