This neutral, non-staining primary blue will subtly modify most pigments. Considered a “mixing pigment”, its transparent nature can cast a giant reticulating shadow. An inorganic pigment, it is considered transparent, non-staining (or low-tinting) and ideal for glazing methods. Its ability to create soft edges, to lift and to mix readily makes Cobalt Blue a valuable contribution to watercolor palettes.
- Lightfastness: I – Excellent
- Transparency: Semi-Transparent
- Granulation: Granulating
- Staining: 2-Low Staining
DANIEL SMITH Extra Fine Watercolor Sticks offer the same superior intensity as the DANIEL SMITH line of Extra Fine Watercolor paints with the convenience and portability of half pans. Each stick is packed with pure pigment and produces vibrant, strong color when wet or use them dry to build texture. They’re highly reactive with water and release rich, creamy colors.
For sketching, developing color values and bold expressions, DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Sticks are a truly valuable addition to every artists’ palette.