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KINGART® Radiant™ Taklon Brushes, Series 6300 Flat Shader

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UPC: 819682022824

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

KINGART® Radiant™ Taklon Brushes, Series 6300 Flat Shader

The KINGART® Radiant™ Brush Series is the ultimate universal brush designed for mixed media applications for all skill levels at a reasonable price.

While the series has become a favorite of watercolor painting instructors and classes, these “workhorse” brushes are strong and durable enough for everyone from auto body shops and airplane manufacturers to ceramicists, decorative artists and calligraphers. The brushes’ fine points make them excellent for face painting and body art, with the ability to create beautiful strokes, dots, stars and even lines. The bristles, which are hand-crafted of high quality synthetic filament, easily withstand repeated use, always distributing paint evenly across skin.

Radiant™ brushes feature an orange and black gloss finish handle with nickel-plated ferrules and “triple-dip” wooden handles. The “Triple-Dip” ensures additional sturdiness & durability as well as a modern design. The eco-friendly wood handles provide incredible balance for both close-up and longer distance painting. The brushes have smooth rounded edges along with our signature spring that is always found in KINGART® Premium Brushes.

Terrific for acrylics and all other mediums, Radiant™ Series Brushes are the best versatile paintbrushes.


    Brush sizes — The length and width of a brush of a given shape and size may vary by manufacturer as brush sizes are not standardized. Since fine art brushes are handmade, expect some variation even among brushes from within a single brush line.

    The KINGART® Heritage

    Our family has been exceeding the needs of the most demanding artists and enthusiasts for three generations. We delight in challenging the status quo and putting our experience to work for you.

    From the Manufacturer

    What sets KINGART™ Premium Brushes above the competition?

    KINGART™ considers every detail of the essence of a premium brush. The experience begins with KINGART™’s signature sleek black box adorned with a subtle and sophisticated gloss embossed logo. The high-style packaging lends way to the brilliance of a gorgeous set of hand-chosen brushes intended to send your creative mind ablaze.

    The beauty of each KINGART™ premium brush stems from being hand-crafted by master brush makers who follow a strict quality control and manufacturing process. The filaments of each brush are bound together with nickel-plated brass ferrules which offers the best adhesion and is crimped at the bottom to ensure an extra-secure bond to the handle.

    Each handle is ergonomically crafted to reduce muscle fatigue and are carefully balanced to provide maximum control. KINGART™ offers a variety of handles that span all of a painter’s needs: long handles ideal for easel work, short handles for close up, and mini handles for fine detail work. Each brush’s wood handle features a beautiful finish that is lacquered or stained, glossy or matte, one color or two.

    KINGART™ brushes are designed with the artist in mind and are manufactured to survive years of steady use.

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    Customer Reviews

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    Well set Taklon

    Taklon fibers — super soft synthetic with good snap, will withstand the chemical nature of acrylic paint but the softness is also suitable for watercolor paint which is milder. For watercolor though I typically prefer Kolinsky sable as it holds a lot more paint and feels more organic to use. This is too soft for me to use with oils.

    This is great for acrylics if you're using on paper. I feel it would be too soft to use on canvas and also, a longer handle is more suited to painting on an easel mounted substrate. I personally prefer a firmer brush for shading as it can push around more paint. Additionally, for shading I would not use a flat or bright brush, perhaps a filbert for less harsh and more seamless and natural blending, or a pointed filbert (cat's tongue) for tighter shading control. I've not heard of radiant before and perhaps this is KingArt's version of bright or flat. This is ideal for filling and color blocking.

    As a flat brush and for thin mediums on paper, this is a great brush with durable fibers, no shedding, easy to clean and reshape, with well set fibers inside a tidy double-crimped ferrule. It's built significantly better than Taklon brushes I've seen in large craft store chains. For its performance value, it's a solid alternative to higher end brands like Escoda (which is my favorite) and Silver. It will offer you a lot of control and a nice thin line when used on its side. As with all creatives, you will use your tools differently to another, but for me, I wouldn't consider this for shading. It's a good one to have in my kit though for clean, controlled strokes and filling.

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    Anonymous
    Recommended Product

    This brush works great with acrylic and I like the synthetic hairs, they clean easier than natural and it gives good even strokes with no stray lines outside the stroke from stray hairs, they stay in place really well. The price is fair and the quality is high, 4 stars.

    *If my Review has helped you make an informed choice about this product in any way I would appreciate it if you take a moment of your time to let me know by hitting the Helpful button so I can keep track of my most Helpful Reviews. I appreciate that you take the time to read our reviews and I hope your shopping experience is a great one. Thanks!*

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    Anonymous
    Versatile shader brush, use with most mediums

    I’ve used this brush with acrylic, watercolor, and oil and I think it works great with all three. I really like the synthetic bristles, the brush glides very smoothly and it keeps its shape after you use and clean it. It’s easy to clean too. I would’ve given it five stars if it had a longer handle, the handle on this one is quite short. Great for edges and lines.

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    Anonymous
    Nice Shader Brush

    Artists don't need to have a wide variety of brushes to bring their vision to life, but it certainly helps. For example, this shader makes it much easier to create circular shapes and lines. Yet at the same time, the amount of control that this brush offers also enables artists to use it as one of their primary brushes.

    I love the synthetic brush bristles. They perform every bit as well as real hair bristles, and they're also much easier to clean (not to mention more ethical).

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    Anonymous
    Soft bristles

    My daughter uses this for her art and she said this brush is different from a cheaper one. She's only in middle school but has been taking art classes for years. It has excellent control and smooth even application of acrylic paint. She really likes this brush and wish she had the other sets.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 17 reviews
    71%
    (12)
    29%
    (5)
    0%
    (0)
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    (0)
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    (0)
    A
    Anonymous
    Well set Taklon

    Taklon fibers — super soft synthetic with good snap, will withstand the chemical nature of acrylic paint but the softness is also suitable for watercolor paint which is milder. For watercolor though I typically prefer Kolinsky sable as it holds a lot more paint and feels more organic to use. This is too soft for me to use with oils.

    This is great for acrylics if you're using on paper. I feel it would be too soft to use on canvas and also, a longer handle is more suited to painting on an easel mounted substrate. I personally prefer a firmer brush for shading as it can push around more paint. Additionally, for shading I would not use a flat or bright brush, perhaps a filbert for less harsh and more seamless and natural blending, or a pointed filbert (cat's tongue) for tighter shading control. I've not heard of radiant before and perhaps this is KingArt's version of bright or flat. This is ideal for filling and color blocking.

    As a flat brush and for thin mediums on paper, this is a great brush with durable fibers, no shedding, easy to clean and reshape, with well set fibers inside a tidy double-crimped ferrule. It's built significantly better than Taklon brushes I've seen in large craft store chains. For its performance value, it's a solid alternative to higher end brands like Escoda (which is my favorite) and Silver. It will offer you a lot of control and a nice thin line when used on its side. As with all creatives, you will use your tools differently to another, but for me, I wouldn't consider this for shading. It's a good one to have in my kit though for clean, controlled strokes and filling.

    A
    Anonymous
    Recommended Product

    This brush works great with acrylic and I like the synthetic hairs, they clean easier than natural and it gives good even strokes with no stray lines outside the stroke from stray hairs, they stay in place really well. The price is fair and the quality is high, 4 stars.

    *If my Review has helped you make an informed choice about this product in any way I would appreciate it if you take a moment of your time to let me know by hitting the Helpful button so I can keep track of my most Helpful Reviews. I appreciate that you take the time to read our reviews and I hope your shopping experience is a great one. Thanks!*

    A
    Anonymous
    Versatile shader brush, use with most mediums

    I’ve used this brush with acrylic, watercolor, and oil and I think it works great with all three. I really like the synthetic bristles, the brush glides very smoothly and it keeps its shape after you use and clean it. It’s easy to clean too. I would’ve given it five stars if it had a longer handle, the handle on this one is quite short. Great for edges and lines.

    A
    Anonymous
    Nice Shader Brush

    Artists don't need to have a wide variety of brushes to bring their vision to life, but it certainly helps. For example, this shader makes it much easier to create circular shapes and lines. Yet at the same time, the amount of control that this brush offers also enables artists to use it as one of their primary brushes.

    I love the synthetic brush bristles. They perform every bit as well as real hair bristles, and they're also much easier to clean (not to mention more ethical).

    A
    Anonymous
    Soft bristles

    My daughter uses this for her art and she said this brush is different from a cheaper one. She's only in middle school but has been taking art classes for years. It has excellent control and smooth even application of acrylic paint. She really likes this brush and wish she had the other sets.

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