The colour range follows the extended version of Goethe's "Theory of Colours". Each tone has been adjusted so that it can be mixed well with the others. Harmonious intermediate gradations and boundary-less colour blending are also possible when using the wet-on-wet technique.
Stockmar Watercolour Paints have been tried and tested in art education, at school and kindergarten. These non-toxic paints are long-lasting and remain completely water soluble when dry.
If you want the paint to be brilliant, use less water; if you want the paint to shimmer slightly, add more water. It’s best to paint a sample on a piece of normal paper. Then you will discover that you need more paint for an intensive shade of yellow than you do for a similar shade of blue or red. While painting, change the water frequently.
Or mix Stockmar watercolours in a small jar of water with a lid and have on hand for many painters or many paintings. Try our Cherry Wood Paint Jar Holder with 3 Jars.