AK Interactive USA offers a wide variety of useful products that help model makers create models that appear the most realistic as possible. Products include items such as books, DVDs, painting, weathering and color modulation sets as well as a wide variety of detailing bits and pieces. The AK Interactive website claims that all of their products are of the highest quality and are the most current and innovative technology in the world. The home page of their website also promotes their newest product; Brush Set.
All of their brushes are packaged in individual re-sealable plastic package with a cardboard insert. Additionally all of the round brushes have a small plastic sleeve protecting the bristles. Upon opening a brush the first thing that I noticed was that the brush handle is a substantial piece of orange colored wood that is approximately 2cm longer than your average craft store brush.
The brush size is clearly marked in black on the wooden handle. The bristles are made of a light orange synthetic material that is sort of stiff and takes a little bit to soften up. The AK website states that this is a high quality synthetic material that is suitable for all types of model paints and products.
The brushes are offered in 8 different round sizes ranging from 5/0 to 8 and 4 flat brushes in sizes 2 thru 8. The price range of the brushes is between $2.45 for the smallest round brush up to $3.00 for the largest flat brush.
Highs: Suitable for all types of paint and products.Lows: Brush tip seems a little wide.Verdict: Seems like a good product.
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As a child I built mostly autos and truck models and what ever came from the Revell Model of the month club. Later on I switched to military planes in jr. high school. When I started to work several jobs and didn't have the time to build. I completely left the hobby around 1982. In 2008 I got back ...