These traditional Japanese watercolors were designed for professional artists and crafters, but they can be enjoyed by novices and experts alike. The non-toxic, water-based paints are lightfast and ideal for sketching, illustration, sumi-e, cards, and more! Each watercolor block comes in an individual tray that can be removed from the palette during use. The underside of the box lid features a color chart that you can fill in yourself using the actual watercolors so that you can see exactly how they will appear when used.
This palette contains 24 colors: Black (No. 20), Blue (No. 64), Brown (No. 46), Cobalt Blue (No. 62), Cornflower Blue (No. 61), Dark Brown (No. 47), Dark Pink (No. 34), Deep Blue (No. 67), Evergreen (No. 58), Green (No. 55), Lemon Yellow (No. 40), Light Brown (No. 44), May Green (No. 51), Mid Green (No. 53), Mid Yellow (No. 43), Ocean Green (No. 52), Olive Green (No. 54), Pale Aqua (No. 50), Purple (No. 139), Red (No. 32), Scarlet Red (No. 31), Turquoise Green (No. 57), White (No. 10), and Wine Red (No. 36).
Also pictured: Pentel Aquash Water Brushes.
Materials used in sword fighter painting: Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors, Pentel Hybrid DX Gel Pen - White, J. Herbin India Ink. Materials used in sky painting: Kuretake Gansai Tambi Watercolors.