Winter Dawn - HALF pans

Winter Dawn - HALF pans

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Are you sick of winter yet? I sure am... but I've been working on this pretty little set for a while, and now that there's just a few more weeks until spring (at least in the northern hemisphere), I'm ready to remind you why winter can be a thing of beauty if we can learn to appreciate bits and pieces of it.

This set contains 5 multi-pigment blends (pigments and micas) exclusive to WLWC:

Twilight - a high granulating violet with cherry red undertones. With less water this is fairly dark, but with more water the beautiful pink sky tones come out
Shadow - A cool toned grey that has some great granulation as well
Sky - A 'blurple' shimmer that packs a lot of punch. It's soft and subtle when watered down though
Sunrise - A champagne gold shimmer with pinky-orange tones.
Drift - Another shimmer that packs a punch! This has an aqua blue base and silver diamond mica



The "fine print": These paints are made from artist grade pigments that are rated good to excellent in light-fastness. They have been hand mulled into creamy-dreamy submission using my own all natural homemade binder base that has been tested and retested to allow you to easily re-wet your pans. Please keep in mind this base is all natural ingredients and contains trace amounts of clove oil which acts as an anti-mold agent to preserve the life of your paints and honey, which allow you to re-wet them quickly when you're ready to paint! 

Due to the nature of handmade watercolours, some pans may contain cracks, tiny air-bubble holes or itty bitty sinkholes in the middle. I give my pans ample time to cure before wrapping and shipping them. To prevent this as much as possible, each pan is filled and dried in stages to minimize overall shrinkage. Also note that depending on the humidity of my environment, your environment, and everywhere your package goes in between, some pigment combinations can hold on to extra moisture and arrive a bit tacky/sticky. This also does not affect the paint itself, but please let it air dry once you unwrap it to re-harden

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me to ask!