JetPens Watercolor Starter Kit

JetPens Watercolor Starter Kit

In stock and ships within 1 business day.
4.7 (3 reviews)
DescriptionSpecificationsQuestions & Answers
This starter kit contains everything you need to start creating beautiful watercolor paintings while also being compact enough to easily take out for an inspiring day at the park!

Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought

Curated Collections

Products Included in This Bundle

Total price if bought separately: $36.30
You save: $0.30

Articles & Guides

Customer Reviews

This watercolor Starter...
March 25, 2016
Verified Purchase
This watercolor Starter Kit will be great for traveling this summer. Thank you for offering such a neat kit.
3 people found this helpful
This set is amazing!...
October 9, 2016
Verified Purchase
This set is amazing! It really has everything a beginner needs to get into watercolor. The only thing I would change, like another commenter mentioned, is the paper. It's good for sketching or paintings that don't need a lot of water, but some of the stuff I've done results in a lot of warping and pilling. I'll still keep it for sketches and swatching and stuff like that, but I'll definitely invest in a better pad of paper. The gel pen is kind of a hit and miss for me. Sometimes it doesn't flow properly, but maybe I've been using it wrong. Apart from that, it's pretty much a perfect starter kit. The Kuretake watercolors are gorgeous and highly pigmented. The Mitsubishi 3H pencil included is great for sketching and painting over as it doesn't smear and leaves little trace behind the watercolors. The Micron pen is nice and thin (and water resistant) for sketching and outlining (though I do recommend investing in a couple of other sizes). And the water brush is AMAZING. I really recommend this kit for beginners.
1 person found this helpful
I really love all the...
October 4, 2016
Verified Purchase
I really love all the items in this kit! The only thing I would change is the paper they chose to include. It's much too thin to really hold any amount of watercolor and it seems a lot more suited for regular sketching. Everything is a good choice of items, but the paper is the only one lacking in, not quality, but weight.