Paint & Mediums
Pebeo gouache extra fine T7 permanent white (PW 6) 20ml Made from natural resin pigments.
Very opaque and rich in pigments. This fine paste is both supple and adherent and allows delicate work on a variety of surfaces.
Perfect for watercolour artists, illustrators and architectural drawings.
The surface coverage of gouache along with its resistance to light and its velvety matte finish makes T7 a delight to use.Learn More
Regular Price: £36.30
Special Price £32.03
Pebeo Colorex studio set of 10 x 45ml pots.
Contains: Turquoise blue 09, Yellow green 40, Ultramarine blue 08, Moss Green 43, Lemon yellow 18, Yellow ochre 24, Parma 28, Vermilion 37, Sepia 34, Ivory Black 23.
This is a great starter set to learn how good these watercolour inks are.
Pebeo's Colorex range is the preferred watercolour ink of professional illustrators and draftsmen who appreciate its brightness, velvety finish and perfectly uniform solid colours.
The vividness of its 60 colours and amazing concentration have made this range a world reference in art schools. Watercolour drawing ink, transparent, luminous and velvety, highly concentrated, can be mixed together.
Brush Cleaning: water. Surfaces: Paper, Bristol board, cardboard.
Drying: In a few hours depending on the dilution of the ink, and the paper weight. Highly concentrated, Colorex watercolour ink withstands heavy dilution with water. It can be used pure or diluted according to the intensity required.
The white is totally opaque, and can lighten the different shades and extend the range towards pastel tones. The silver, rich gold and pale gold colours are generally used pure. The range of 60 colours, of which 3 primaries and 1 semi-indelible trichromatic black are in perfect chromatic balance, rendering them useful for mixing colour experiments. To achieve masking effects, use Drawing Gum. Graphic India ink which is opaque, satin black and has good lightfastness, harmoniously completes the range of Colorex inks. As with all inks, Colorex is sensitive to ultraviolet rays. To prevent excessive fading of colour over time, images can be protected with a UV varnish.Learn More