Daniel Smith Extra Fine Watercolors are offered in more than 200 colors, with more in the works every year. The sheer range of possibility they offer is endless and unparalleled in the industry. Made by hand, in the USA.
Graphite Gray - As you explore Graphite Gray, you'll notice some surprising pigment properties beyond its obvious opacity. First, Graphite Gray disperses well and quickly in water so floating the dense pigment onto water or into a wet wash offers interesting results. A dry brushstroke quickly followed by a wet brushstroke spreads some of the pigment leaving the texture look of the dry brush. Aged and weathered wood, fence posts and old buildings are fine candidates for this pigment and approach. Try Overpainting a value sketch with a light glaze. As graphite pencil is entirely acceptable in watercolor, this synthetic graphite pigment seems remarkably natural.
|Series||Extra Fine Watercolors|
|No.||284 600 038|