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Daniel Smith Watercolour Stick Aquatic Landscapes Set

The Daniel Smith Watercolour Stick Aquatic Landscapes Set includes five professional grade watercolour sticks in a selection of aquatic tones. The colour selection includes undersea shades perfect for capturing the serene colours of the oceans and waterways, plus a classic shadow to enhance and deepen your work.

  • Cobalt Teal Blue, Phthalo Turquoise, Carbazole Violet, Neutral Tint and Quinacridone Gold

This palette of colours has been hand selected by professional artist Caroline Deeble. The set also offers exceptional value for money - offering 5 sticks for the price of 4, plus a free storage case.

Daniel Smith Watercolour Sticks put the power of pure pigment at your fingertips. Portable and versatile, these sticks allow you to make marks, paint like you would with a pan, and mix colour directly from the stick to your artwork. They contain no wax or fillers and offer the same exceptional lightfastness and professional quality as the brand’s tube and pan paints.

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  • Set of five Daniel Smith Watercolour Sticks in a palette of aquatic tones.

  • Portable and versatile, use these sticks like a pastel or lift colour like you would with a pan.

  • Includes free plastic carry case.

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  • A good addition to the Core set.

    I bought this Aquatic Landscapes set and was not disappointed, plus Aureolin. The price was right again. Every colour has its use and mixes well with the Core set. Neutral Tint is a useful colour all-round. I keep the colours in the plastic tray and have stuck the colour names on the bottom. My technique is laying down large washes of colour, and as the sticks are large enough I can lick off large quantities of colour for this purpose. My large Perla brushes are good for this. I did a small water colour that did not seem to hang together. The next day I glazed a light wash of Phthalo Green Y/S shade over it and it worked. The colours are vert strong.

    - Andrew Randalls from Bournemouth on Jan 1, 2024
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