We’ve had fun talking about this brush and now it’s here…Made from the same hair as our Black Plague, but extended to enable smooth, long swirls
This is a very well-balanced long handle for lettering and other activities where a quill, outliner, signature, scroll or pictorial brush head would be used. Also available in Fiery Amber.
This extended quill is also made of the same fine Taklon hair as the other brushes in our collection! This brush comes in 5 different sizes and is made very similar to the Scarlet Fever, except this brush has a blunt end! Green With Envy is great for lettering as it has a lot of spring. We've found that some of our product testers have made great use of this brush with its many different painting applications.
This is our original striping brush head. Designed for long, straight lines, it has a full belly to hold a lot of paint, yet is still agile enough for turns and curves. A great all-around striping brush! Available in sizes 00, 0, & 1
"The Rhino Fitch was developed to have the softness to paint on smooth surfaces, hold a good amount of paint, keep their snap, but have the stiffness to work on rough surfaces such as coating sandblasted signs and wall lettering and pictorials. They are great for blending, lettering, stippling, faux finishes, cutting clean lines and pictorial painting on any surface. True to its namesake this brush is tough and durable." -- Gary Anderson Bloomington Design Available in 6 sizes (see chart below)
The Cabriolet is made of the finest German squirrel hair in a shorter length. It's super versatile and is great for design work, turning corners as well as straight lines. Available in sizes 00, 0, & 1
A Brush Designed Just For Pinstripers!
100% Unmixed Blue Squirrel Hair
- Handcrafted and shaped as it was many years ago
- Extra attention given To quality control with respect to shape and cleaning
- The very finest grade of blue squirrel
- Blue thread ferrule
The Jenson's Swirly Q brush is designed for scroll striping and script lettering with enamel based paints. Scroll striping requires thinner paint. If mineral spirits were to be used, the paint would run easier. I recommend using a slow drying automotive reducer for thinning enamel based paints. These can be purchased at your local autobody supply. Clean the brush thoroughly with reducer before and after each use. Never use lacquer thinner! Always store your brush in mineral oil between uses. - Gary Jenson Both Sizes Have The Same Diameter. However The JS-1 is 1 7/16" Out and The JS-2 is 1 11/16" Out. Available in 2 sizes