M. Graham Tube Watercolor Paint Jewel Tone 5-Color Set, 1/2-Ounce
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- Artist quality watercolor paint made with natural blackberry honey
- Watercolor made with honey absorbs moisture from the air preventing hardening on the palette or in the tube
- Extraordinary strength that is easily diluted for smooth controlled washes and deeper darks
- Made in the USA
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I have been a professional artist and technical illustrator for 22 years. I always make it a habit to try new products. I've added M. Graham watercolor paints to my list of "must have" products. They don't disappoint.
Update: I recently bought a new palette. Before that I have been only squeeze these paint out when I need them. I noticed the q.red paint have mold on it within a week. I live in the north, so it's not even that humid. Other paints in this palette are from various brands. None of them have any problem. Even the other paints in this set are fine. Only q. Red has mold...... Not sure why...but kinda sad.... Also, q.rust's cap broke (the neck broke open....) Hope they don't just dry out....I don't know what to do....
update 2019: I wrote to M.graham's website. They sent me some new caps!!! Wonderful! I put the q.red paint in a new palette. No more mold occurs.
In this set, my favorites are cerulean blue, sap green, and dioxazine purple. The cerulean blue is warmer (redder) than other brands' cerulean blues, but it is absolutely gorgeous for skies -- and very versatile depending on what you add to it. M. Graham's sap green is essential if you're a landscape artist... it is truly a natural green and saves you time mixing your own greens. It's great by itself and also as a base to any natural looking green you could want. The dioxazine purple is intense. It is probably the most staining paint I have. If you want to clean the stains off your palette, I've found Mr. Clean magic erasers work great with a little dish soap or General's master brush soap.
All in all these paints stand up among the top brands and are generally less expensive than other guys. JUST buy them! you won't regret it! :)
The image with my review includes the sketches of each color and a primary and secondary color wheel. The grey I was able to mix is swatched as well as in the center of the wheels.