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Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolor 15ml Paint Tube, Permanent Yellow Deep
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- Made in the USA
- ASTM lightfastness rating excellent
- Low staining
- Granulating no
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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.
and can be brushed into yellows to make a great textured green
Great for shadows and water, too. Use it as you would Viridian.
The perfect green and mix for flesh - I use it continually for it's richness
Love this color and go to it often
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:
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can't stand this paint (Cobalt Teal Blue color)! It is gritty and grainy-especially once dry- and about the same quality as cheap watercolor paints. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Gia Alexander
I really like this violate it mixes real well very smooth and easily could be used as a washPublished 7 days ago by christopher sunda
Best watercolor paint there is hands down. I have always used DS watercolor, acrylic gesso and other products and find their quality to be the best. Read morePublished 12 days ago by jaguar
I got this product because one of my favorite artists recommended it. It's Tracy Lewis and her work is just so dreamy and glows. Read morePublished 13 days ago by E. McCurdy
I purchased this Perylene Green for the evergreens in the Christmas cards I was painting this year. I am a huge fan of Daniel Smith watercolor paints, and this color completely... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Nice purple. Note that mold grew on it in my sealed palette... never does on Winsor & Newton. I use it straight from tube as needed.Published 1 month ago by Patty Rinaldi