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I refreshed the colours in my palette. This watercolour palette is by David Cooper of Classic Paintboxes: see my article about this box. Here is the updated colour list. I moved the Fired Gold Ochre to a bigger space. There are three new joiners, and three colours are moved out. The three that moved out … Continue reading “Watercolour Box update – 16th April 2021”
This is my bespoke small watercolour paintbox made by David Cooper of Classic Paint Boxes. It has 12 Daniel Smith colours which were a birthday present. The picture shows the first pouring, while the paints are just poured and still wet. The paintbox has a clip so I can fix it to my sketchbook, and … Continue reading “Watercolour Box 3 – June 17th 2019”
30th May 2019: I wanted to include some wetting agent in the paintbox. So I removed the white full pan, replaced it by a blue full pan, and put the wetting agent in. Here’s Watercolour Box 2: Jackson’s Cobalt Blue 245, full pan Rembrandt Vandyke Brown 403, half pan Jackson Prussian Blue 261, full pan … Continue reading “Watercolour Box 2 – May 2019 update”
After a lot of use in Crete I topped up the Indian yellow from a tube, and replaced the Prussian blue with another pan I had. The Raw Sienna had been a hard colour to use, it doesn’t dissolve. So I removed it, and used the space for a random colour: Mauve , Rembrandt colour number … Continue reading “Watercolour Box 1 – May 2019 update”
Update on paintbox number 2.
Winsor and Newton waxy watercolour sticks in old cigarette box
Rembrandt half pans and Jacksons full pans, for Urban Sketching
Rembrandt half pans for urban sketching and monochrome sketches