leans less towards orange - a real fire engine red I think. CDN$ 37.29 DANIEL SMITH 285250077 Extra Fine Secondary Watercolor Set, 3 Tubes, 15ml. Novices may dislike the limited color range, but experienced painters may enjoy the challenge of using to best artistic effect paints that are distinctive in color, texture and handling attributes. I can't find it anywhere on their website and when I search for it by pigment I only get Undersea Green which currently uses PO49 but who knows for now long?I've put in an order at Merriartist and it looks like there are still supplies out there. Like pastels, the color texture is very easy to redistribute, shape, lift or deepen after the pigment has been applied. Daniel Smith Watercolours - Buff Titanium, Nickel Titanate Yellow, Bismuth Vandate Yellow, hansa Yellow Light, Azo Yellow, Quinaphthalone Yellow. • Genuine Azurite $$$$$ - Stiff consistency out of the tube, very gummy vehicle; dense paint texture and complex granulation wet in wet; both texture and dull blue color similar to (but less saturated than) a red shade of cerulean blue and duller than the Daniel Smith online image. CDN$ 41.67 DANIEL SMITH Watercolor, 5ml tubes, Jean Haines Master Artist Set 10 Watercolor Tubes (total 10 pieces) 285610223. Wet in wet effects (backruns, diffusion) rarely occur. "Soft" papers such as Lanaquarelle or Fabriano Artistico won't hold up to aggressive reworking and may get in the way of lifting or shaping the paints. Thank you for these great studies! But in my judgment several pigments (e.g., rhodonite, sodalite, turquoise) are even more finely divided to near micron size: there is significant variation in the pigment texture from one mineral to the next, indicating they have not all been processed in the same way. • Burnt Tiger's Eye Genuine $ - Medium consistency out of the tube, gummy vehicle; coarse granulation wet in wet similar to hematite; dull brown similar to burnt umber, my sample lacked much of the red of the Daniel Smith online image. (Note that you can happily paint into moist paper without fear of backruns.) A charming slide narrative and YouTube video document the initial coarse milling of a single pigment (lapis lazuli genuine). Lapis increases inner vision and communication with spirit guides. In a few cases the PrimaTek marketing name (Sedona genuine, Côte d'azur violet) is not the name of a recognized mineral or type of rock (sandstone, shale). Some colors will diffuse into clear water applied along a freshly painted edge, but more often you have to go into the painted area and actually drag the color out with a brush if you want to diffuse or soften the edge. Hardness ~5 to ~7, specific gravity ~3.7, refractive index ~1.72. In any case, there is little reason to expect lightfastness problems, except that queer things do happen when minerals are divided to very small particle sizes or unacknowledged additives have slipped in. Thank you so much, You have my permission to do that provided you acknowledge me and my blog. Application Metaphors. In one group are pigments that (vehicle consistency aside) look and feel like ordinary iron oxide pigments: Sedona Genuine, Yavapaii Genuine, Mummy Bauxite, Pipestone Genuine. The color range of this restricted gamut is most objectionable in the yellow and purple hues. 4.8 out of 5 stars 288. Ultramarine Violet in the 5.30 position is very weak in Daniel Smith. 4.8 out of 5 stars 1,574. Could u plz helping me? It's a … I found a small acrylic flat brush was ideal to blend, feather, clean or define edges, cut highlights, and smooth out blemishes. The paints can also be thought of as brushable pastels. Attributes Common to the Line. The set has 6 (5ml) watercolors ( 2 sets of primary colors) Hansa Yellow Light, New Gamboge, Quinacridone Rose, Pyrrol Scarlet, French Ultramarine, Phthalo Blue GS which is called a split primary. Note that this third group includes the most expensive paints. I've been using Daniel Smith watercolours since 1995 - just two years after they were first produced. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. It is highly rated on handprint.com for it's mixing characteristics and usefulness in florals and landscapes. I heard it was happening and bought up on some of the DS New Gamboge so I have plenty in stock, but I also found a jar of the Schmincke dry pigment and bought that too. Hardness ~6.3, specific gravity ~2.7, refractive index ~1.53. It is a lovely colour - cooler than pyrrol red i.e. • Piemontite Genuine $$$ - Medium consistency out of the tube, gummy vehicle; slight granulating texture; very dark saturated red, almost a red violet, with interesting duotone mixture with near black granulation wet in wet; the Daniel Smith online image is fairly accurate. Daniel Smith Extra Fine watercolours were released in 1993 and have great renown with artists across the world. Paintouts. The colours … 4. :). I have explored the ingredients of the PrimaTek paints and used them in over a dozen paintings. Note - only Daniel Smith make Quinacridone Gold using genuine PO49. Using the PrimaTek Paints. The low chroma and low tinting strength encourage using the paints as pure color rather than in color mixtures. I live in germany, daniel smith, Schminke, sennelier is more famous here and i can barely find MG or Holbein here in stores. Extra fine- truer words have never been said. (If the rhodonite really is a completely lightfast pure mineral, then we will finally have solved the centuries old problem of finding a light, bright, transparent and permanent pigment in a magenta hue.) But the very fine milling of many of these pigments (for example, the amazonite and rhodonite paints) effaces their color complexity and mineral nature. Nearly all PrimaTeks have granulating properties which gives those watercolors wonderful texture and depth, which some artists have described as being “magical”. • Purpurite Genuine $ - Medium consistency out of the tube, gummy vehicle; dense, fine pigment texture that flocculates wet in wet; dark, dull purple color, darker than the online image. Daniel Smith is proud to offer 35 PrimaTek Watercolors in colors like Bloodstone Genuine, Jadeite Genuine and Sodalite Genuine. Thus it is highly improbable that geologically extracted, gem quality turquoise stone has been pulverized to make paint. Hardness ~3.5, specific gravity ~2.6, refractive index ~1.56. • Malachite Genuine $$$ - Thick consistency out of the tube, normal vehicle; very slight pigment texture with subtle flocculation (with duotone, green/brown color separation) wet in wet, yellower and darker than the Daniel Smith online image. I choose to mix a Maroon hue when I want it, using pyrrol crimson and a little phthalo green - colours already in my palette. Mineral Pigments in Context. There are several industrial or wholesale sources for synthetic, gem quality versions of these minerals and for pigment powders manufactured from them. From being the first . Try copying a Tiepolo with these paints! I have been painting professionally for over 35 years and love to share my discoveries. Swatch along with me to see what color combinations you can make with just these 3 primary colors! $24.40 Next page. I don't think I ever tried it! Artists making talismanic images may be interested in the "spiritual" meaning of these stones, and I quote some of these from the Metaphysical Descriptions of Gemstones and Basic Crystal Meanings, among other sources. For that reason it is useful to know a simple method to leach out some of the gum binder, as well as remove the smallest (dullest) pigment particles: 1. Jade facilitates peace and brings good luck. • Mummy Bauxite - Thick consistency out of the tube, very gummy vehicle; powdery texture similar to a synthetic iron oxide (burnt sienna); deep reddish orange similar to a saturated burnt umber, duller than the online image. 2. Recent Daniel Smith marketing materials have also been more forthcoming about pigment sourcing, claiming for example that Rhodonite Genuine is "made from jewelry quality stone". But these documents omit several steps necessary to produce near micron size, pigment grade material, and I am skeptical that raw minerals are the source for some of the most finely divided and saturated paints. National coffee day. I have an ancient tube of Winsor Newton new gamboge, and so far I haven't been able to find a pigment or convenience mixture that matches it. Serpentine is useful in the rise of the kundalini. I don't think they have run out yet - when it isn't on their website it usually means they are manufacturing. Colors white, red, yellow, blue, green or violet. • "Brightened" minerals. The last batch of DS genuine PO49 Quinacridone Gold was made in early September. You will need a clear magenta and a bright yellow. The amount of gum and other carbohydrates necessary to disperse heavy and/or coarsely divided mineral pigments, and hold them suspended in a metal tube during their long inventory hibernation, is typically much greater than the concentration of vehicle necessary to bind the pigment particles to the cellulose fibers of paper. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 … To harmonize with the paint texture I suggest using a cold pressed or rough (CP or R) finish in any moderately sized (moderately absorbent), heavy paper (up to 600 gsm if possible) because you will probably want to use lots of moisture to manage the brush and pigment textures. • Rhodonite Genuine $ - Medium consistency out of the tube, gummy vehicle; very fine, powdery pigment texture that diffuses smoothly wet in wet; intense red violet color lightening to a bright, cool pink in tints (the online image is quite accurate). • Watermarks (backruns, diffusion) rarely appear, and when they do it is at dilute concentrations and on certain kinds of papers. Either step will dissolve and lift the layers below all the way down to the paper. Common or recommend color is in the left column and denotes if the color (if a primary) is warm or cool. While there are many artists who do not have a green in their palette, I am not one of them! • amazonite [KAlSi3O8] – Amazonite is a form of microcline feldspar (potassium aluminum silicate), a tectosilicate. • Blue Apatite Genuine $$$ - Creamy consistency out of the tube, slightly flocculating, particulate texture; very dark, dull blue (similar to indanthrone blue or iron blue) with some diffusion wet in wet. Color may range from reddish to greenish white. These paint attributes encourage a different painting approach that relies much more on the brush than on wet in wet, and on pouring rather than precise manipulation. The paints are formulated in a dense vehicle that produces a gooey and occasionally foamy (when rewetted) paint consistency. • [Green] Fuchsite Genuine $ - Creamy consistency out of the tube, normal vehicle; very fine pigment texture that diffuses smoothly; mica flakes in a pale bluish green, not as blue as the online image. Hardness ~3.0, specific gravity ~2.7, refractive index ~1.54. More recently, the marketing emphasis seems to have shifted to the descriptive and informational — the same professional tone the company uses to market its oil paints or printing inks. The gum and dull pigment film should be gently rinsed off, for example by wetting the paint with a spray bottle while holding the dish at an angle; or by letting the paint dry completely, then using a moistened synthetic flat brush to wipe away the surface residue. The samples below were grouped into color families and show the diffusion of the pigment when brushed with clear water. Overall, novices will probably find the color appearance of these paints disappointing, especially if fable and romance ("prepare to be captivated!") In this respect the PrimaTek line is worth several lusty huzzahs. Below is a colour wheel painted out in only single pigment colours. 4.9 out of 5 stars 319. Other colors are from pigments DANIEL SMITH has sourced, often from very specific locations, colors like Burgundy Yellow Ochre, Monte Amiata Natural Sienna and Roasted French Ochre. • With a few exceptions (Apatite Genuine, Serpentine Genuine, Sodalite Genuine), the tinting strength is weak. • rhodonite [(Mn++,Fe++,Mg,Ca)SiO3] – A manganese inosilicate, often with iron, calcium or magnesium replacing manganese atoms in the crystal lattice, usually with a characteristic rose red color. I've stocked up on the PO49 simply because I prefer single pigment colours where possible. Yes it is a lightfast pigment, but with quite a strong drying shift. (Côte d'azur violet is not marketed as a PrimaTek paint, but is included here due to its mineral and handling similarity to other paints in the line.) Have a look at the many palette ideas on my website www.janeblundellart.com - some with paintouts and some not, bot lots of great palette and colour selections. Most natural minerals are chemically defined as a structural compound or crystal lattice (e.g., silicates, aluminum or iron oxides) in which other elements may appear in unspecified proportions; and a mineral is often associated with other compounds that characteristically intrude into it as bands, veins, spots, interpenetrating crystals, and so on. 4.9 out of 5 stars 341. There are also USA manufacturing sources for bulk synthetic minerals such as lapis, rhodonite, turquoise, jasper, agate, tigereye or pipestone, and gemstone simulants of lapis lazuli, malachite, and turquoise. I found that the delivered paints were randomly either more chromatic or less chromatic, and were similar or different in hue, when compared to the marketing images. I enjoyed the opportunity to do so, and was generally satisfied with the results. Malachite helps with changing situations and spiritual transformations. By leaching out the vehicle, the paint gets a somewhat brighter color and wash areas do not have the subtle brownish color of thick vehicle; but the leached paint drops out of the brush onto the paper more readily, producing denser pigment deposits, and the pigment produces more complex textures wet in wet. Like pastels, the paints can be easily removed from paper: the smallest particles may leave a faint stain, but in general paint can be simply brushed away. Hardness ~5.5, specific gravity ~2.8, refractive index ~1.5. Also the colors that spreading not like white night its stay n not runjng to eachother. Product upgrade comments, such as "our latest supply [of Azurite Genuine] is the brightest and purest we have offered" or "we have recently reformulated [Malachite Genuine] with purer, brighter pigment", admit the sourcing or pigment variability that would be expected in these kinds of minerals, and perhaps a response to early adopter dissatisfaction as well. Winsor & Newton CP 300gsm, Daniel Smith PrimaTek paints. Hope you did too. • Most of the paints show pronounced pigment textures, either as pigment granulation, flocculation wet in wet, or texture interactions with the paper finish. Hot pressed (HP) or heavily sized papers (including Yupo printable plastic sheets) are fine for displaying the pigment textures, but they exaggerate color irregularities and the whitening effect of several paint layers. The Japanese have manufactured synthetic azurite and malachite for decades, in a range of pigment crystal sizes (which affects the color appearance); a wide range of synthetic mineral products are now available from China and India; a range of synthetic mineral and synthetically colored natural ochre products are available from The Earth Pigments Company. All colours shown are Daniel Smith. In my view the PrimaTek paints are best thought of as fresco watercolors. This is the largest particle size passed through a 25 mesh industrial sieve. You pages are an invaluable resource, and so beautifully done. Like pastels, a concentrated application shows the stroke mark, and the marks have a rather dry, powdery appearance, like chalk strokes rather than ink strokes. I recently purchased a handmade version on Etsy and have been pleased so far! Hardness ~6.8, specific gravity ~3.2, refractive index ~1.7. The colors I recommend are in bold print with a * before them. I've been preparing for this. It was PV16 - usually that is a lovely granulating red-violet. They are not colours I thought were particularly useful but there may be some searching out the remaining tubes. Hardness ~5.0, specific gravity ~3.2, refractive index ~1.64. There are several very good darks in the line, in particular Sodalite Genuine, Jadeite Genuine, Piemontite Genuine and Hematite (or Bloodstone Genuine). Hardness ~6.5, specific gravity ~3.5, refractive index ~1.75. Daniel Smith Watercolours - Cote d'Azur Violet (discontinued), Bohemian Green Earth (Discontinued), Vivianite Blue Ochre (discontinued), Hot Mulled Cider (limited seasonal release). • Sedona Genuine $ - Medium consistency out of the tube, gummy vehicle; medium pigment texture that flocculates slightly wet in wet; unremarkable dull red orange color very similar to terre ercolano, redder than the Daniel Smith online image. With the exception of azurite (PB30), all the PrimaTek paints are packaged without a generic color index name ("N/A" is used instead). Hi Jane, hope this doesn't sound silly but can you explain your colour swatches? Where is Daniel Smith getting these arcane mineral pigments? Sodalite helps clear thinking and eliminates guilt. I invite the reader to try mixtures of ultramarine blue or any cobalt, manganese, chromium or "transparent" iron oxide (PR101 or PY42) pigments with any synthetic organic pigment (especially a quinacridone or phthalocyanine), or with titanate or "magnetic" brown (PBr11) or black (PBk11) pigments. The smaller swatch shows the full strength of the pigment. • The paints generally have a low tinting strength and very dense vehicle, which creates a painting dilemma: dilute the paints enough to break up the gummy consistency and the color is often weak; use the color at a robust strength, and the thick vehicle limits how the paints can be applied. Add 2 or 3 tablespoons of water to the dish, completely stir up the paint sediment, and set the solution aside to settle for two or three days; then slowly pour off the liquid as before. Some varieties are green with red spots. These watercolor sets include the highest pigmented colors on the market. Shipped with the same invoice disclaimer as Genuine Azurite. Most of the paints have approximately the same raw consistency and dried pigment texture as a "natural" burnt sienna (PBr7). Another brand may be better, though it is a weak tinting pigment. Daniel Smith Watercolours - Quinacridone Burnt Scarlet, Perylene Maroon, Sedona Genuine, Deep Scarlet. • With few exceptions (Hematite Burnt Scarlet, Serpentine Genuine, Malachite Genuine), there is very little hue shift from masstone to undertone. The point is that I was completely unprepared by Daniel Smith marketing for my experience using the PrimaTek paints. These are artist quality paints. Hardness ~5.8, specific gravity ~2.3, refractive index ~1.48. Additional discounts cannot be applied. The more variety in art materials, the better. I also have it from W&N, though it goes by "Permanent Mauve" with them, and looks quite different from the DS one. • Because these paints lift easily, it is treacherous to paint into areas that have not completely dried, or to overwork a glazed or overlaid paint layer after it has been applied. It would have been really useful if had drawn a black line on every swatch first - as I do with the whites - to show the opacity, but I didn't when I started this project 5 years ago so I haven't changed the way I paint them. • With a few exceptions (côte d'azur violet), the paints redissolve readily after they have dried in the paint wells. I use this color a lot especially when I'm mixing greens. Last revised 08.I.2015 • © 2015 Bruce MacEvoy. I noticed you favor colors such as transparent red oxide and indian red and would love to hear your thoughts. This makes them close color neighbors of benzamida brown (PBr25), zinc iron chromite brown (PBr33), disazo condensation brown (PBr41), perylene black (PBk31) or ferrosoferric oxide (synthetic "magnetic" iron oxide black, which occurs as the mineral magnetite, PBk11), as well as many flavors of "natural" raw umber (PBr7) or burnt umber (PBr7). • Again because of the gum density in comparison to conventional watercolors, in concentrated solutions the paints dry quickly (because the gum binds to the water, like the adhesive on a licked envelope flap), but in dilute solutions the paints dry more slowly (because the gum impedes evaporation, like sugar in a soft drink). Jane Blundell.. Watermark theme. The photograph doesn't capture the beauty of the Amethyst, which, like many of the Primateks, has a touch of sparkle. When pure water is poured over it, the gum dissolves and migrates into the water to reduce the solute imbalance. • The paints do not produce even wash areas: in concentrated solution, the thick vehicle preserves brushmarks on the paper; in diluted solution the pigment particles drop to the paper along the wash bead to form an edge of pigment deposit. Daniel Smith recently assured me that they have in fact tested all these pigments for lightfastness. Napthalmide Maroon, Lunar Red Rock. The second group consists of paints that look and feel like a mineral pigment mixed with a black iron oxide (e.g., PBk11): Hematite, Hematite Burnt Orange, Hematite Violet, Tiger's Eye Genuine, Piemontite Genuine, Purpurite Genuine. Suggested 12-colour starter set of Daniel Smith watercolours Buff Titanium is an unbleached white pigment. Thank you so much Jane, for these useful swatches! Enjoy their unique qualities and textural effects. • zoisite [Ca2Al3(SiO4)3(OH)] – A calcium aluminum hydroxy sorosilicate with a gray, green, yellow or blue color. If you consider the Daniel Smith marketing materials, it would appear that chunks of rock are blasted from mountains, hand sorted for quality, mechanically pulverized by a jaw mill, reduced a hammer mill into a dry pigment powder, and finished once with a wire sieve. Reducing the Vehicle Concentration. (These pigment locations differ from those in the Daniel Smith CIELAB color map; see the Daniel Smith 2006-2007 Reference Catalogue, pp. I suggest you begin with a set of six primary colors (a warm and cool version of yellow, blue, and red). A primary red needs to mix oranges and purples. • azurite [Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2] – A brittle, glassy hydrous copper carbonate that comes in various light or dark blues. The Yavapaii Genuine approximates the yellow possible with a raw umber; an iron oxide yellow (raw sienna or gold ochre) is necessary to get a balanced range of warm mixtures. What do these pigments look like when they are applied as watercolors? These are mostly single pigment and transparent paints which I selected after long deliberation. The 259 colours in the range combine ancient hues and precious minerals with the most modern developments in paint technology. Hi Jane, thank you for that amazing review of Daniel Smith watercolor. The SDC (London) has informed me that these new pigments are outside the existing SDC codes simply because the pigment manufacturers have not requested they be listed. Jane, Thank you so much for all the sharing you do. Hardness ~1.8, specific gravity ~2.6, refractive index ~1.6. Color brownish black, violet, dark pink, dark red, reddish purple. It is difficult to control color matching across print or electronic media, and the Daniel Smith marketing literature mentions color changes due to new "batches" of the mineral pigment — there is natural variation in the pigments. Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor Sets offers the brightest and boldest colors modern technology has to offer. These "classical" pigments generally had colorant properties (particle size and consistency, chemical purity, color saturation) superior to natural minerals, and are still widely used today. Several paint colors described as "three dimensional" or "dramatic" seemed to me two dimensional and drab instead. DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Primary Watercolor Set, 3 Tubes, 15ml 4.8 out of 5 stars 287. • Vivianite – Blue Ochre $$$$$ - Creamy consistency out of the tube, very gummy vehicle; moderate pigment texture that is difficult to brush out smoothly; dark bluish gray with blackish granulation. Sometimes you must squeeze the paint out and premix on your palette. The most expensive blue paints — Azurite Genuine, Vivianite - Blue Ochre and Lapis Lazuli Genuine — are disappointing pigments and difficult paints to use; the "bright" lapis lazuli is actually duller than prussian (iron) blue (PB27). 4.8 out of 5 stars 291. Daniel Smith Watercolours - Permanent Green, Phthalo Green yellow shade, Hooker's Green (new formula 2015 not shown), Sap Green (original formula - discontinued 2015), Serpentine Genuine, Chromium Green Oxide. Daniel Smith Watercolours - Joseph Z's Neutral Grey, Joseph Z's Cool Grey, Joseph Z's Warm Grey. The next point to consider is the attributes of these mineral pigments as compounded into watercolor paints. Experienced painters will discover intriguing media effects and a lovely muted color world, and most will enjoy the challenge that comes with letting go of old skills and habits and using new materials to their own best effect. The remaining paint is covered with a thin film of gum and the smallest, dullest (whitened) pigment particles (image, right below). Some of these are manufactured by Dr. Hans Kremer, but others are provided by small scale mining operations or mineral synthesizers (especially in Japan) that provide mineral colorants for artisanal and conservator applications. This page summarizes and reviews the line of PrimaTek™ watercolor paints from Daniel Smith. A tour deforce and a dizzying number of colours. A bright fire engine red is usually shown as the red and some form of navy blue such as ultramarine stands in for the blue. The leaching works because the vehicle carbohydrates (binder, plasticizer and humectant) are strongly hydrophilic, and the solute concentration is very high in the raw paint. 4.8 out of 5 stars 269. On mileage alone, in comparison to traditional paints, the PrimaTek line is hard to justify for routine use. The rest of the PrimaTek paints are either readily duplicated by existing pigments or pigment mixtures, or they are not value priced given their muted colorant properties and the number of paintings these weakly tinting and thickly bound pigments will yield. One some of the gum is removed, the pigment can be purified further. I just wondered if the blue behaves in a similar manner. I have posted in detail about Ultramarine as a primary Blue . I always start by making test swatches of the paints, to assess their handling characteristics and color. Hardness ~3.8, specific gravity ~3.8, refractive index ~1.75. Hardness ~6.8, specific gravity ~2.6, refractive index ~1.53. $23.80 DANIEL SMITH 284610057 Extra Fine Watercolors Tube, 5ml, Moonglow. I have checked its accuracy against some of the illustrations in the Mayan Dresden Codex and it really is spot on!All the best, I think many of the Mayan colours are created by grinding up coloured glass. 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