Professional Handmade Watercolour
Made over a period of 2 days our Carbon Black is formulated using only a single pigment with the highest percentage possible and blended into our unique gum base mix, we then run it over our traditional 3 roll mill until the pigment is fully dispersed and the texture buttery soft, after months of testing our unique formula allows us to create the following:
* Unparalleled flow of colour to white on paper
* Outstanding dissolvability of pigment when mixed with water
* Extremely vibrant highly pigmented colours
Each batch is throughly checked against previous batches to ensure colour, vibrancy & viscosity are exactly the same
Our watercolours are perfect for artists of all experience from beginners to advanced who value high quality materials
Please feel free to message us with any questions you may have
Pigments: Carbon Black
Pigment c.i number: P.BK 7
Opacity: Opaque at full strength - very transparent when mixed with a little water
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Setting up a watercolour palette & Jackman’s Art Materials Review:
Carbon Black Review:
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A beautifully warm color. I rarely use a black in painting, I preferred mixing my own, but after trying this one, it will become one of my regulars.
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Jackman’s Art Materials Review:
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Credit - Michele Webber
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This is not so much a black but more a fun way of playing with the shadows.... it gives off a brown/deep sepia hue when you water it down and gives great results when you mix it with any of the other Jackman's colours, almost making the original colour somehow more rich. In a way it gives a colour a deep, Medieval, gothic touch if you know what I mean.
Accidentally discovered Jackman's carbon black while mixing skin tones. Its sooo useful in getting shades right with a deep brown black effect. I use this a lot!
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