dougbennett

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I am wanting to do some watercolours but unsure what Dr Martin colours to buy?

Need advice or should i just buy the 12 pack of colour pack A

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I guess there aren't a whole lot of watercolorists reading, Doug, mayhap it would be best to just go for the basic 12-pak and work from there? Anyhow. Hope you find whaat you're looking for.

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@dougbennett Many of the doc martin bottles I've bought I've been really happy with, olive green, blue aqua, ultramarine red violet are all awesome.. there's a pink in there I can't remember the name of, but most all of the colors are pigmented nicely.. the only ones I've had a bit of trouble with are the brown hues, like raw sienna, they tend to be a bit grittier, shaking the everloving shit out of them helps, but that would be my only gripe. I've only used the Hydrus series by the way

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