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Camel Artist Water Colours

Individual tube of Payne's Grey in 20 ml

₹100

20 ml

20 ml

Only available at retail stores.

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First introduced in 1965

Payne created his namesake shade with a mixture of crimson lake, yellow ochre, and iron blue. It as a warm, less intense alternative to black.

Drying Time

Fast

Shade

Payne's Grey

Shade Code

305

Series Number

1

Pigment Code

PB 15:1, PR 8, PB 29, PBk 7

Transparency

Opaque Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website Bold shades that are more reflective and will cover or hide what’s under them.

Permanency

B Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website B for Permanent - Permanent when used directly after mixing. Chances of fading when toned down or with a white shade.

Features

01

Highly transparent effects

02

High-quality pigment for greater vibrancy and long life

03

Ideal to paint landscapes, floral life studies, portraits, and more

Product Code - 1311305

Pro Tips from Artists

Use water colour paper that has a high fiber content.

Use archival or acid-free paper for the best results.

Use brushes which have a higher water retention capacity.

While painting, use safe water which is free of chemical and biological contamination.

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