This was a nice, well-formed, 1/2 inch wide brush that I use for dusting and terrain washes. It is now a near-useless wad of stubble with a handle, all thanks to some undetected and unknow brush-eating pest. I am familiar with the notorious Tabaco Beetle, a well-known scourge of museum displays world wide, but I have yet too catch the culprit in the act, so identification is only tentative. Am I the only one who has had their brushes eaten by a unseen nemesis?
Normally I would blame this guy;
But it’s not his style of destruction.