The Velvetouch line includes a full range of traditional shapes. Specialty brushes such as long rounds with exceptionally sharp points, oval mops, script liners, and spotters for precise painting and maximum color control.
The NextGen synthetic filament in Velvetouch brushes is the result of seven years of research and development by Naohide Takamoto. He is a fifth-generation brushmaker and the grandson of the inventor of Taklon, the first artist-grade synthetic brush hair. Takamoto continues to dedicate himself to the development of synthetics that outperform their natural hair equivalents.
Every Princeton Velvetouch Series 3950 Synthetic Brush has a soft-finish wood handle. This is to complement the enhanced performance and experience of the Velvetouch filaments. This results in a brush that feels as good in the hand as it does when applying paint to paper, canvas, and other surfaces.