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Cotman Water Colour Sketchers' Pocket Box

by Winsor & Newton


Conveniently pocket-sized, this watercolor set contains 12 half-pans of Cotman Watercolors and a Sceptre Gold collapsible pocket brush. It comes in a lightweight, sturdy plastic box that features a mixing palette in the lid.

This set includes the colors Lemon Yellow Hue, Cadmium Yellow Hue, Cadmium Red Pale Hue, Alizarin Crimson Hue, Ultramarine, Intense (Phthalo) Blue, Viridian Hue, Sap Green, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, and Chinese White.

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Cotman Water Colour Sketchers' Pocket Box

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Haley B. from Seattle, WA says:

I love this thing! It's about as convenient as watercolors can get, especially when combined with a waterbrush: http://www.misterart.com/g7489/Yasutomo-Waterbrush.htm I take it everywhere when I travel....[more]

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Rated by: Haley B. in Seattle, WA
I love this thing! It's about as convenient as watercolors can get, especially when combined with a waterbrush: http://www.misterart.com/g7489/Yasutomo-Waterbrush.htm I take it everywhere when I travel. The case is very compact and sturdy, and locks firmly. I'm definitely going to refill it with tube colors when the ones it came with run out. I'll be sad when I'm out of some of these colors though, I really like them.
Rated by: Dorothy F. in Indianapolis, IN
I love the convenient size of the kit, as well as the brush that is included, and the paints are good quality for their purpose. One way I used them was for delicate "fill i's" of stamped projects. Also, an "in the purse" set for travel - in city and out.
Rated by: Bonnie R. in Belmont, CA
Small size of containter makes it very portable and convenient. Quality of paint is good.
Rated by: Shannon P. in FULTON, MO
Handy size and the colors are vibrant. Can mix my colors as strong or subtle as I want.

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