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Black/Silver pearl ribbon-swirl

These various resin and polymer brushes are so much easier for me to make. I think I prefer turning wood, but the finishing part can be more of a pain. These plastics all you have to do is polish - so much simpler.

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I agree. Wood just has a characteristic that I really prefer, although I have seen some excellent resin brushes. Yes, finishing can be frustrating, but it is hard to beat when the grain pops.

Nicely done brush, by the way.

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