Daniel Smith Watercolor Half Pan Sets
Our best selling line of watercolors, the highly anticipated Daniel Smith Watercolor Half Pan Sets are here! Each pan is hand poured three-four times and takes months to complete. Using the exact same formula for both tube and pan colors, these paints contain the highest pigment load, exceptional lightfastness and unparalleled vibrancy. There are 37 colors available throughout the six select sets, and the Ultimate set contains a new Daniel Smith color (available only in a half pan), Jane’s Grey.
Each 6-color sets includes a 15-pan travel case with 9 removable empty half pans, ready to fill with your favorite colors.
The 15-color Ultimate Mixing Half Pan Set includes two travel cases, one filled with luscious color, the other ready to fill with your own custom made palette.
Blues Set – Serene to Dramatic, 6 colors: cerulean blue, Mayan blue genuine, indigo, lunar blue, Payne's blue grey and sodalite genuine.
Earth Set – Desert to Mountains, 6 colors: buff titanium, raw sienna light, bronzite genuine, Venetian red, burnt sienna light and lunar black.
Floral Set – Cottage Gardens to Botanicals, 6 colors: wisteria, lavender, moonglow, shadow violet and serpentine genuine
Inspiration Set, signature Daniel Smith 6 colors: quinacridone gold, Aussie red gold, quinacridone rose, quinacridone fuchsia, cascade green, and green apatite genuine.
Sketcher Set, 6 colors: hansa yellow medium, quinacridone rose, transparent red oxide, cerulean blue chromium and Monte Amiata natural sienna.
Ultimate Mixing Set, 15 colors: buff titanium, hansa yellow medium, quinacridone gold, pyrole scarlet, pyrole crimson, quinacridone rose, ultramarine blue, cerulean blue chromium, pthalo blue (green shade), pthalo green (blue shade), Goethite (brown ochre), burnt sienna, Indian red, raw umber and Jane Grey.
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