So here you go. These are the brushes i have collected for the past year. Well you probably don't know what brand are these because i usually buy the cheap one. i don't care if I'm Bill Gates, 50k for a brush is just too much
Slide 2: good for detailing and small handlettering. Work best for A6 - A4 paper.
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The first three are royal art brushes, size 000-0, available on my local gramedia, but i find the tip hardens over time. So i don't recommend this one. They're good for handlettering at first, but now i don't use them at all.
The next three, a brandless brush, I've use them for almost 3 months and still do better than the first three. Also bought from the local bookstore.
The last one, well, lyra brush. Size 3. Not the best but still good
Slide 3: good for flower-making and landscape painting. Also bigger handlettering. Work best for A4-A2 paper.
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Phoenix brush size 4. Bought them last week. No words needed, THIS IS THE BEST BRUSH I'VE EVER USE. Personal opinion tho.
Joyko brush size 6. Bad for handlettering but amazing for flowers.
Fan brush, i only use them for pine trees silhouette. Not much, it's 20k each.
Waterbrushes, medium round and medium flat. Bought them for 120k/half dozen. The four remaining are missing
Brandless flat brush. I think it's like the mini version of wall paint brush, the brush is soft and feel like semi-synthetic, i used it to spread the water on the paper (wet in wet technique)
A pic of me holding my fav brushes.
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