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Qor W/C 24 Color Set 5Ml Tubes
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- Vibrant color set that stays brilliant even after they dry
- More density of color than traditional watercolors
- Exclusive Aquazol binder used in conservation
- Greater resistance to cracking and flacking
- Excellent resolubility in water and glazing qualities
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QoR watercolors (pronounced core and meaning Quality of Results) can take your watercolor painting to the next level. Made by Golden Artist Paints, they provide exceptionally smooth transitions, have excellent glazing qualities, and offer greater resistance to cracking or flaking. The exclusive Aquazol binder means vibrant, intense colors with more pigment density than traditional watercolors, and they stay brilliant even after dry. This 24 color set includes a full range of 5ml tubes that will suit any artist. Wells built in the case for mixing colors.
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The paints themselves are vibrant and transparent. They layer really well on top of each other, and I think they mix beautifully.
I know with some watercolors you have to spray the palette with water before you use them to get the paints to start flowing, but with the QoR, if you just use a wet brush, they rewet in a snap and you only need a little to go a long way.
They dry well, non of the colors cracked as they dried for me. I did notice that most of the colors never "harden." They are dry, and they don't move, but I can go back and press my fingernail and leave a mark in them. I'm guessing it's the binder, and probably the reason that you can rewet them so easily!
I love how well they flow in a wet on wet test. Seriously, they spread out and granulate and it's magic to watch, especially when you do a few colors and watch them blend and move.
My only little complaint is that on some of the tube wrappers, they are starting to peel up. But that doesn't hurt the paint so it really doesn't matter.
I want ALL of the colors that Golden offers of these amazing paints. I wish there was a bigger set than the 24 because I would buy it in a nanosecond.
set includes: Cadmium Yellow Primrose, Nickel Azo Yellow, Quinacridone Gold, Diarylide Yellow, Transparent Pyrrole Orange, Cadmium Red Medium, Permanent Scarlet, Permanent Alizarin Crimson, Quinacridone Magenta, Dioxazine Purple, Ultramarine Blue, Cerulean Blue Chromium, Phthalo Blue (Green Shade), Cobalt Teal, Viridian Green, Sap Green, Green Gold, Raw Sienna (Natural), Burnt Sienna (Natural), Raw Umber (Natural), Van Dyke Brown, Paynes Gray, Neutral Tint, and Titanium White
I was disappointed in the quality of the tin that the watercolors came in. The tin itself was nice. The con to it though was the ting holding the water colors in place. I wasn’t happy to find my watercolors being held in by a very thin piece of cardboard. The Winsor and Newton ones had a durable hard plastic holding them in which wasn’t so bad. Well moving on to a better note here, the tin was good it wasn’t too bulky or flimsy. With the Winsor and Newton they were nice but I was on the fence about them not being secure. Now getting onto the paints themselfs, they were fantastic although the consistency did differ between some. I felt some of the paints were more liquified while some were stiff. The more liquified ones did tend to get a bit messy though. On the bright side though all the watercolors did seem to be very pigmented, even though they were hues.
The prices for the Qor was more expensive than all of the water color sets, but it was well worth it. Like I said before they were highly pigmented and gorgeous.
Qor- $71.97 (for 24) Price per tube- $3
Winsor and Newton- $34 ( For 12) Price per tube- $2.80
Koi- $26 (for 18) Per tube- $1.50
The opacity was really surprising compared to Winsor and Newton, I don’t know if this is just because of the pigmentation. Like I said again the pigmentation is amazing.
Wet on wet-
Ok, can I just say how amazing the watercolors wet on wet. They blossom amazingly. Compared to the Winsor and Newton, they blow them away. Winsor and Newton spread like you expect them to very small range and very veiny. While these ones just go every which way, in every direction.
So first I laid down the cadmium yellow color first( Just a little tip I learned it's better to lay down the lighter color first) then once I did that I placed down the Cadmium red colors they instantly met. When the way they bled together was gorgeous. This was the first time I tried to blend the colors and they weren’t even that muddy which really made me happy.
The colors were great they seemed to all blend together nicely and not be too muddy. I have seen a few other artist out their lay them out the primaries on paper and mix them together to get the secondary colors. So I decided to do that and it really opened my eyes to the abilities of these colors. They blended amazingly, and like I said before not even that muddy.
In conclusion I would give these a 4/5 star rating with some minor flaws, other than that their pretty much perfect. The flaws I found was the tin, pickup, I don’t know if this was me but I found that the way the watercolors reacted to salt (The salt wouldn’t come off it required me to like pry it off), and lastly I put the watercolors in the pans a week ago they still aren't hard or firm. Other than those complaints the watercolors are amazing. The Pros definitely out weight the cons.