WATERCOLOURS

WATERCOLOURS

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  • Colors: Metallic
  • Colors: green
  • Colors: pink
€5.41

Magnificent bright color. Indispensable in many mixtures and in particular to compose, with the blues, a large number of mauves.

With the reds it makes it possible to obtain "cherry red" or "raspberry red" tones.

In my opinion, it is one of the very useful colors on a palette.

€5.41

Very beautiful green, turning blue. When mixed with phthalo blue, it gives a very nice range of turquoises. With the yellows to obtain a very wide range of greens. With the earths of earthy greens and with the burnt umber a dark green.

€6.98

The flagship color in metallic colors. Very appreciated by watercolorists looking for fantasy.

€5.74

Based on blue and phthalo green, this turquoise is nuanced at will with blue or green.

€5.41

Bright and vivid green that can also be created on the palette by mixing using phthalo green PG7 or phthalo green yellow shade PG36; To the latter, lemon cadmium yellow or light cadmium yellow is added or, if it is desired to retain more transparency, light Isaro yellow PY154.

€6.12

A very discreet and interesting pink especially to bring softness to certain floral compositions.

€6.98

The base of this color is a very soft blue. Diluted well, this color gives a bluish white ideal for painting snow for example.

€6.12

Very beautiful green tone less dynamic than phthalo green. The emerald green is bluish.

€5.41

Green useful for landscapes in particular. Maybe nuanced with phthalo green or yellows.

€6.98

Golden color, to be used for certain highlights.

€6.98

This color is one of the metallic colors that I created to give a little fantasy to the palette of artists who want it.

€6.98

It is a metallic color. This tone is singular, with a mauve shade dotted with copper highlights.

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€6.12

This red is part of the range of metallic colors. Like all the metallic colors that I have created, its nuance is singular.

€6.98

The base of this color is a silver gray.

The addition of a silver pearlescent pigment strengthens the silvery note of the shade and brings to mind a pewter gray.