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Daniel Smith Watercolour Sticks

The power of pure pigment is at your fingertips with portable, versatile watercolor sticks. Painting, drawing, scribbling and mark-making come together for maximum creative expression. Each stick is the equivalent of three full pans of paint, making it a fantastic value.

Easily carry, store and protect your DANIEL SMITH Watercolor Sticks with a 5-compartment, translucent plastic case with a snap lid. Break the compartments apart to carry individual sticks or leave attached to keep your favorite colors together. Perfect for storing many other types of creative mark-making tools as well.

Watercolor Sticks are not only versatile and portable – they put the power of pure pigment at your fingertips! Here are five ways to use them as an alternative to watercolor in tubes or pans.

Five ways to use Watercolor Sticks

1.  Dip and smudge
Dip the stick into water, then smudge saturated color on to wet paper.

2.  Rub and blend
Rub different sticks into a small puddle of water to create a blend.

3.  Brush the tip
The flat tip and the sides (once the label is removed) of the stick are similar to a pan when used with a wet brush – it’s like a pan in your hand!

4.  Make marks
Sharpen a dry stick to draw distinct marks on wet paper that can be slightly softened with a damp brush.

5.  Create a wash
After sharpening your sticks, save the shavings to dissolve in water.

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