This Winsor and Newton Professional Watercolour Dot Card includes 109 watercolour paint dots - one of each colour from the Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolour range. This dot card allows you to try out the full range without committing to a full tube or pan. Simply activate with a wet brush to lift colour from the card and then paint directly onto your watercolour painting surface.
Winsor & Newton Professional Watercolours are made to the highest standard and cover a balanced spectrum of colours - each formulated to offer the greatest choice to watercolour artists. These paints use only the finest pigments, and are renowned for their incomparable brilliance, permanence and strength of colour. With 80 single pigment colours in the range, Professional Watercolours offer a broad collection of modern and traditional pigments for clean colour mixing.
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Mostly loved this, I already had the basic 12 plus a few random ones I picked up over the years in tube form. But this sheet allowed me to see where my 'gaps' are. There's enough on there of each paint for the square and a bit to play around with which was very helpful. You can see how the pigments interact with any existing paints. I painted a few bookmarks from these and still have a bit left over!
The only downside was that Viridian didn't seem to activate, it looked like cracked glossy acrylic and I wasn't able to test it at all which was a real shame because I was really looking forward to testing that one. But that didn't seem like a good enough reason to knock off a whole star for when more than 99% of it was perfect. Ieva Sproge (Brighton, United Kingdom) on 29 May 2021
Arrived with very good delivery condition in quite short period of time. This product is great to explore different colours in Windsor palette, before purchasing bigger size tubes. Yeawon Choi (London, United Kingdom) on 12 Jan 2021
Now this will help me understand the W&N range! Nicky Alvarez (Wattle Grove, Australia) on 16 Oct 2020