KINGART® Studio Watercolor Cakes, Metal Tin Case, Set of 36 Unique Colors plus Paint Brush
KINGART® STUDIO watercolors offer brilliant watercolor paints to help you create beautiful works of art. This pigment paint collection is comprised of a wide spectrum of vivid colors which are all water soluble. This set is for any student, teacher or adult who wants to experiment with different watercolors and is looking for a great value. Details: Water soluble Excellent beginner set Contents: 36 watercolor cake colors & synthetic hair brush.
- This set is ideal for artist and crafters.
- Paint is rich in color and vibrancy.
- Water Soluble
- Quality Synthetic Hair Brush. The best for watercolor painting!
- Amazing strong & sturdy travel tin case.
- These non-toxic watercolor cakes come in a spectrum of bright and vibrant color
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Our family has been exceeding the needs of the most demanding artists and enthusiasts for three generations. We delight in challenging the status quo and putting our experience to work for you.
KINGART has a rich heritage and has been rooted in the arts and crafts industry since 1963 through Loew-Cornell Inc. For three generations, we’ve been proudly serving the artist, craftsman, ceramist, hobbyist, and decorative painter. In 2018, we launched KINGART®, incorporating the sophistication and experience of a lineage of art suppliers into one powerhouse brand.
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I love the saturated colors and easy to carry paint pan. So far, love the ease of not having to mix my own paint to get the unique colors in the pan.
KINGART® Watercolor Pans, Tin Case & Paint Brush, Set of 36 Unique Colors
Great starter set, kids took to the instantly.
I will admit from the beginning that I am 64 and no artist, but would like to make art projects. It has been many years since I had a paint box and tried to make any paintings with it. I know I had a problem with trying to do anything artistic since kindergarten. But I hit my 60's and decided that enough was enough. So I had the opportunity to try these paints. Not having ever taken an art class or ever even knowing that to use watercolors paint, it is important to have good brushes, the right kind of paper, and some knowledge about what to do, I have slowly been collecting what I need.
One brush came with the set, that was a fairly tiny brush head, although I now have seen smaller. Through the Vine program I got some Kingart artist paper but then noticed it didn't include watercolor as one of the uses. Eventually I was offered some watercolor paper, and I found some watercolor books at the thrift store and some watercolor how to videos on YouTube, and with another art set for Mandela painting I had some different sized brushes. I had learned that watercolor paper needs to be wet down before painting and I needed a bigger brush to try that.
I still need to spend more time with these paints, but compared to the last 'kids' watercolor paint box, these paints were so much better. with just a drop or two of water into the pan of the color I wanted I was able to paint with the color as long as I didn't dilute it too much. One of the things to learn is how much water to use. I love all the colors that the set has. I plan to spend more time learning more about using them before I wear them all out fiddling around with them and then they are gone. And I plan on learning a lot! We seniors are told to keep our brains engaged and active to help keep us healthy and I love learning new things. I am also trying to learn how to use alcohol inks, colored pencils and watercolor pencils, acrylic pouring as well as using the pieces I make in greeting cards. I also want to keep up with my sewing projects. I need to live another couple hundred years to do it all, but I would rather die trying than to never have tried!
Thank you for the opportunity to try these out and I look forward to using them more.