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Watercolor brushes are often made from sable, synthetic fiber or nylon. The type of fiber may affect the flexibility and snap to the brush, all in which is based on the preference of the artist. A majority of watercolor brushes are made with short handles unlike oil and acrylic brushes, which have long handles. When choosing watercolor brush, it is best to choose a range of broad brushes for making washes, medium size brushes for generalizing shapes and values, and thin brushes for final details. Watercolor brushes can also be used with gouache and other water-based media. Like all brushes, it is best to wash them immediately after use. Use water and/or soap to thoroughly clean all the paint out. Any remaining color on the brush may alter your mixed paint during your next use.
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