Derwent

Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set of 12 #1

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Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set of 12 #1
Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set of 12 #1

Derwent

Derwent Inktense Paint Pan Travel Set of 12 #1

Regular price
$41.30
Regular price
$0.00 $0.00
Sale price
$41.30
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Permanent when dry & doesn't washout like watercolour. Layer up intense vibrant colours.

Inktense paint delivers vibrant and versatile colour. Travel set is perfect for use outdoors with everything you need to 'paint on the go.' Includes 12 highly lightfast Inktense paint colours, a mini waterbrush, a sponge and five mixing palettes.

  • Inktense paint presents pre-mixed colous in a palette combination that artists need
  • Make custom shades by mixing colors together or adding more water
  • Colour becomes permanent once dry leaving an ink-like stain. Inktense can be layered and keep colours vivid.
  • Inktense paint is watersoluble and a waterbrush is included
  • Ideal for use on paper and fabric, the Inktense paint set is portable and pocket sized so you can easily paint while out and about
  • Includes 12 colours: Sun Yellow, Mango, Poppy Red, Dark Plum, Mid Ultramine, Racing Green, Bright Blue, Teal Green, Kiwi, Burnt Yellow Ochre, Natural Brown, Ink Black

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Wendy W.
Good portable set.

Have enjoyed using these outside. great colours.

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MB
Good depending what you use it for

I'm a novice watercolourist - I do simple work - mostly similar to urban sketching. I was attracted to this set from an excellent Opus sponsored on-line demo. I like that it is permanent - a great feature for travel where your work may get damp. However, I found that while it is great for providing colour to simple shapes (like buildings and cars - urban landscape), it is much harder (at my skill level) to create expressive work in the natural environment - particularly skies. Hard to get good tonal variation in my hands - and you don't get some of the neat effects you can achieve with water colour (eg. in a wet on wet environment). I will work on my skills with water colour and perhaps go back to it later.