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Back 2 Base-ix is proud to present its line of fine detail hobby painting brushes. Having taken a slightly new approach to design and incorporating attributes that you have come to know and enjoy from any brush, we're sure you'll enjoy putting these to plenty of use with your favourite kits and models.

Choose the size you would like from the above pull-down menu or alternatively select a complete set.

If purchasing a complete set will get you the following:

  • 1 x #000 Extreme Detail Brush
  • 1 x #00 Fine Detail Brush
  • 1 x #0 Champions & Heroes Brush
  • 1 x #1 Rank & File Brush
  • 1 x #2 Robots & Monsters Brush
  • 1 x #6 Small Drybrush
  • 1 x Free Connecting Adapter

Here are some of the reason you will like these brushes:

  •     Pure Kolinsky Sable Hair Bristles.
  •     Chrome-plated Brass ferrule.
  •     High-Grade Aluminium Handles (thus no swelling as per wooden handles).
  •     Excellent snap & great volume hold.
  •     Extraordinarily light and well balanced for those long painting sessions.
  •     The handle itself can be unscrewed from the tip, becoming a cap for the brush. Due to its thread pattern, your brush will not come apart when done up. No moisture trapped due to a small ventilation hole at the end of the cap/handle.
  •     Assembled Length 6 Inches, Packed Down Length under 4 Inches (see images above).
  •     Enables your brushes to travel anywhere, in almost any sized pocket, with the bristles remaining in tip-top shape.
  •     All brushes are shipped in their clear protective tube, again eliminating any damage during transport to you.
  •     Many sizes available, as individuals or in a set.

When purchasing a complete set, you will also receive a joining adapter that allows two brushes to come together (see the imagery included)—a great way to use the wet blending technique, where two brushes are required. Merely flip from end to end in your hand to achieve this process, rather than picking up and putting down two separate brushes. 

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