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  • DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Ground Pumpkin Coach!
    Spread your Artistic talent to more surfaces through the magic of DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Ground! These projects are a great way to have fun with your pigments and dress your pumpkins for the Holidays. Paint ...
  • Mix Collage and Watercolor - A Demonstration
    This collage demonstration, “Wired”, mixes wood, decorative paper, old maps, pins and string, creating an unusual collection of materials held together by a watercolor painting. Let ...
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  • DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Ground Comparison
    DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Ground was developed to simulate, as closely as possible, a cold press watercolor paper surface. Watercolor paper is sized, allowing pigment to remain on top of the surface rather ...
  • Decorative Boxes with DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Ground
    Now you can paint on almost surface including cardboard! Make your own Decorative Watercolor Boxes to keep or give as gifts for Valentine’s Day, Easter, Birthdays, Halloween, Christmas or whatever occasion ...
  • Brenda Swenson Forbidden Fruit Watercolor Technique
    Pomegranates are a reoccurring theme in my artwork. Every characteristic of the fruit has come to symbolize something to me in its shape, color, seeds and juice. Throughout history the pomegranate is a symbol ...
  • Jana Parkin Essential Watercolors
    Two sets of primary colors (a warm Red, Yellow, Blue, and a cool Red, Yellow, Blue) allow you to create virtually every color for traditional subject matter, from landscape to still-life and even portrait. ...
  • The Art of Watercolor Journals
    Molly Hashimoto Article: Over the years my journal keeping has evolved. I began with nature studies. Since childhood, animals and rocks have held a special fascination for me. When weather forced me indoors, ...
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  • DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Color Map List
    Our chemist measures all the Daniel Smith Watercolors using the spectrophotometer (it evaluates color based on how we see). There were eight colors that revealed themselves as the cleanest, truest ...
  • Jana Parkin Watercolor Floral Additions
    This large array of greens, violets, oranges and pinks give you some of the crazy brights and glowing organics that are difficult to mix with traditional colors. All transparent, these are perfectly wonderful ...
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  • Jana Parkin Watercolor Portrait Additions
    This includes most of the traditional colors recommended by renowned watercolor portraitist Charles Reid, as well as my own additions. Lighter fleshtones are created with new gamboge (or mix a little hansa ...
  • DANIEL SMITH 12-Tube Quinacridone Watercolor List
    The quinacridone color range - rich golds, oranges, pinks, reds and violets - covers a wide swath of the spectrum. Many artists have substituted the fantastic earthy golds and oranges for traditional ochres ...
  • A Direct Approach to Transparent Watercolor
    A Watercolor Article by Pat Weaver. I work in various other media, but watercolor is by far the most exciting and exhilarating. I don't wet, stretch or staple the paper to a board, just clip it and I'm good to ...
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  • DANIEL SMITH Best of Show PrimaTek Watercolor
    From the quiet earth tones of Minnesota Pipestone and Tiger's Eye Genuine to the rich jewel colors of Amazonite, Purpurite, Rhodonite and Lapis Lazuli,  our intriguing straight-from-the-earth pigments ...
  • Ask The Experts - A PrimaTek Panel Discussion
    DANIEL SMITH released Lapis Lazuli Genuine watercolor in 1998 and artists were introduced to PrimaTek® pigments. Since then, this line of natural mineral paint has grown to 38 colors and has ...
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  • DANIEL SMITH Nature's Best PrimaTek Watercolor
    Certain colors have captured the imagination of artists for hundreds or even thousands of years. Our exclusive PrimaTek® colors are made with pigments mined directly from the earth. Their diversity is ...
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