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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Permanent Yellow Deep

4.8 out of 5 stars 112 customer reviews

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Permanent Yellow Deep
  • Permanent Yellow Deep
  • Made in the USA
  • ASTM lightfastness rating excellent
  • Low staining
  • Granulating no
  • Transparent
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Product Details

Color: Permanent Yellow Deep
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 0.6 x 0.8 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001PTESNU
  • Item model number: 284600133
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 112 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,214 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

Color: Permanent Yellow Deep

Mixing beautifully with other colors, Permanent Yellow Deep yields a bright tangerine hue when used at full-strength and light washes are a soft peach. A warm and golden tone makes this yellow ideal for the fiery orange-yellows of a fall landscape.

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Color: Cerulean Blue Verified Purchase
I have purchased 3 tubes of Daniel Smith colors: Burnt Umber, Prussian Blue, and Cerulean Blue. I have tried Daniel Smith for the first time after using M. Graham, Old Holland, Sennelier, and WN watercolors. The first two paints (B. Umber and Prussian Blue) are excellent -- they rewet quickly and well, paint smoothly and have a nice rich hue. However, my Cerulean Blue is very disappointing. It rewets poorly; once wet it produces uneven chunks of color, and is hard to pick from the well with even the best brush. I suspect that this might have been an old tube that was at the warehouse for a while, or may be there is not enough Gum Arabic, I do not know.

In general, I liked Daniel Smith better than any colors I used before (except M.Graham), but this Cerulean Blue tube feels that it does not belong there. Considering the cost, it is disappointing as it is virtually unusable. I would recommend the other two colors though.
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Color: Opera-Pink Verified Purchase
The most beautiful, vibrant color ever made. so many of my painting choices are made just to use this color! A richness you won't find in any other shade. And these Daniel Smith paints are the best around. Highly recommend this for your collection. You will definitely not be disappointed!!
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Color: Indigo
This is a new color I have added to my palatte and I have been using it quite a lot. Nice to mix with other colors and is a great shadow color. Use anywhere you need a little dark in your painting. Will substitute for black quite nicely, especially in animal eyes.
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Color: Cobalt Turquoise Verified Purchase
A grayish, very subdued blue green, not the screaming bright turquoise of cobalt turquoise light or cobalt teal. I love this Daniel Smith color. It granulates
and can be brushed into yellows to make a great textured green

Great for shadows and water, too. Use it as you would Viridian.
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Color: Yellow Ochre Verified Purchase
The paint came quickly and I am very pleased, as always, with this Daniel Smith color. His colors are always so vivid.
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Color: Deep Sap Green Verified Purchase
The perfect green

The perfect green and mix for flesh - I use it continually for it's richness
Love this color and go to it often
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Color: Green Apatite Genuine
Green Apatite Genuine:
5/5 stars
This is one of my favorite greens for painting leaves. If you water down the mixture there is an interesting separation of pigment. This is neat for effects. I've used this paint for coloring polymer clay as well as painting. One downside is it might fade a little over time (3+ years) if I don't mix enough. The brighter light sap green settles and the darker brown/green tends to float. With some care you can separate the paint by diluting it and removing the dark brownish green and leave only the bright sap green. Included is a quick fun doodle I did with just the paint from that one tube. There is good separation of the pigments and areas where the bright sap green becomes clear.

Blue Apatite Genuine:
4/5
Downside: Initial opening squirted binder without the pigment, but over all showing to be a promising color. Not as much variation in pigment as the green. Reminds me of a bluer version of D.S. Sodalite Genuine which I compared it to.
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Color: Van Dyke Brown Verified Purchase
I got this within a few days. Thank you! Very dark brown. good for shadowing or texture. Looking forward to paining with it instead of black.
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