Black Bristle Oval Sash — A springy bristle to pull a large amount of hot wax over, or to work paper into layers of wax. They're great for blending, for exact layering, and for overlapping color.
Bristle and Ox Blend — Contain a mixture of hair that is good for holding large amounts of wax at different temperatures and different consistencies, from thin to thick. Great for achieving smooth applications, these brushes also serve as "storage containers" when wax is allowed to dry in the brush fibers — simply reheat the brush to make the wax fluid again. Comes in Angle, Flat and Oval.
Camel Hair Super Mop — Great for blending and smoothing out small areas. They're also ideal for applying powdered pigments — just dust them lightly over hot or tacky wax.
White Bristle Extra Long Flat — Assures a smooth, even flow while achieving definition. They're great for layering wax and paper, for
White Bristle Scenic Fitch — Made of natural Shanghai Bristle taken from the back of the hog, boiled for four hours, and
Grainer Flat — Known for a tremendous amount of spring and snap, Grainer Flats offer great control and the ability to achieve unique patterns in encaustic paintings.
To purchase these beauties, you can find them on Blick Art Materials website.
For more brush information, check out the Dynasty Brush website.