Pine Shade Ochre+A Handmade Mineral Watercolor+In the Ancient Paint Series, has been especially prepared for you. It is a natural green blue with varying gradience from medium to ultra fine grit depending on the type of paper and water as solvent. Comes in a 1" x 2" tin.
Tips & Tricks~
To make your colors spread quickly always wet the paper with a water mister. Adding salt or oxgall, only one or the other is ever necessary in creating lovely random gradient flow.
If you wish to add sheen to the color while mixing with other tube colors one can add a little wet gum arabic in progess. It always re-wets.
Always work with creating a simple chart for understanding your personal rhythm to a mineral based pigment. Everyone is different, results always vary. The color and intensity will always be the same. When feeling a lack of interest but a need to be painting I will often make a simple unimportant sample to get started in a creative mind set.
For the environmentally sensitive I recommend non latex gloves or finger cut offs when desiring to use your hands. It is low toxic one should always be safe in hands on applications.
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Generally first class with tracking or first class with registration is used on all smaller goods. Priority shipping is used for goods over fifty dollars US. All other shipping is chosen by the client before purchase.
For wholesale buyers please contact me through Custom Order. All deadlines are dependant on the size and or amount of handmade-handprepared goods from a month up to a year. Immediate items are available from the shop from one day up to two weeks. Please let me know how I can be of service in putting together an order that reflects your own businesses expressive needs.
Aug 29, 2021
This color is even more beautiful in real life than the pictures. Amazing!
May 27, 2021
Love this color!
Feb 27, 2020
Thank you, Margot, for all your beautiful colors! I used your watercolors to illustrate a little book for my grandson!
Feb 4, 2020
May 24, 2019
Words cannot do justice on the gorgeousness of this color!