|In this set, I'd be most interested in the Permanent Yellow as primary yellow and the Red Orange if you want a strong red-orange colour.|
|In this set, Lemon Yellow and Permanent Yellow Deep provide a good warm and cool yellow. Permanent Red Deep is a lovely rich crimson red and Permanent Magenta is the pigment used in most of the mixed purples.|
|Permanent Rose and Rose Madder (another rich crimson - deeper than Permanent Red Deep) are the most interesting here. the very bright colours containing BV10 don't scan properly - they are Opera Rose colours with very poor light-fast ratings.|
|Most interesting here is Scarlet Lake as a warm red and Indian Red.|
|Violet Lake is one of the only slightly granulating colours in the range. The rest of the purples and violets shown here are easily mixed from the palette colours.|
|I like Indanthrone Blue, but this version didn't paint out very nicely - perhaps it was just the small sample I was using. The Manganese Blue is a hue not a genuine pigment.|
|There isn't a genuine Cerulean PB35 or 36 in the range. There are two choices for Ultramarine.|
|While some are very pretty, all of these colours can be mixed from basic palette colours. The Chromium Oxide Green is a hue, not the genuine pigment.|
|Most interesting here is the Green Gold PY150 as another primary yellow option and Yellow Ochre No 2 which is a nicely version of this colour.|
|Red Brown PBr25 is used in a number of the Mission Gold mixes and is an interesting alternative to the more opaque Indian Red in the palette. Van Dyke Brown is a good rich chocolate brown.|
|Burnt Sienna is a real problem in this range - |
it is more like a Quinacridone Gold hue and not
useful to mix with ultramarine and other
blues to create interesting greys as one would normally do.
|These pastel tints are easy to mix if you choose to have a white watercolour in your palette|
|More pastel tints.|
|More pastel tints, and a choice of a more transparent or more opaque white.|
|Cobalt Green is another hue, not the real |
pigment not the real colour.
|Cobalt Turquoise is another hue, though|
one of the few granulating watercolours
in this range.