Watercolor paint is a transparent paint which thins and mixes with water. It is not completely permanent when dry and if re-whetted it will run again. It is useful for beautiful subtle layer effects and is considered a major artistic painting medium. Watercolors are also used in school for children's projects as they clean up easily.
Some are naturally opaque while others are transparent. Others offer very different qualities when applied in a thin film than when applied straight from the tube. Some offer dramatic tinting strength while others mix with great subtlety.
Water colour requires no solvents and is diluted with water, brushes and other painting materials can be cleaned up easily with soap and water which makes it is the perfect medium for use in colleges, at home, or in a studio.
Winsor Newton Water Colour Mediums are used to change the rate of drying, increasing gloss, improve flow or provide texture. They provide water colourists with limitless opportunities to add special effects and add variations to their water colour paintings.
Cotman Water Colours are a range of water colours that are made to our normal high quality standards but costs are kept to an economical level by replacing some of the more costly pigments with less expensive alternatives.
Cotman Water Colours Sets are a range of water colours that are made to our normal high quality standards but costs are kept to an economical level by replacing some of the more costly pigments with less expensive alternatives.
A rectangular slide top box that includes: cadmium lemon, yellow ochre, ultramarine, cobalt blue, scarlet, madder lake, burnt sienna, burnt umber, yellow green, Russian green, emerald green, and black neutral
Students, hobbyists, and fine artists enjoy the smooth, subtle gradations of Koi Water Colors. These student-grade tube watercolors perform well when applied to wet or dry paper, allow for versatility in correction and layering, and give the artist the ability to create washes with soft edges and dynamic color possibilities.