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How Paint Brushes Are Made

Last updated on January 7th, 2019 at 08:45 pm

Just a quick post today, during my research into the 10 best brushes for painting miniatures, I came across the following video which I found very interesting as it shows how Windsor & Newton Series 7 brushes are made.

The Windsor & Newton Series 7 took the top spot as the most popular brush in our 10 best brushes for painting miniatures article.

Whilts it’s not from Windsor & Newton, the video below goes into step-by-step detail showing how brushes are made – another intereseting watch.

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