Another drawing. The black paint is Dr. Ph. Martin’s watercolor, which is beautifully saturated, but I’ve heard that it is very unstable, especially when exposed to light, and is thus best for illustrations that will be reproduced (as opposed to hanging the original up in a frame). Does anyone out there use Dr. Ph. Martin’s? What do you think of it?

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  14. heitorreis answered: very expressive :) do u make some adjusts on computer?
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  16. alashbaugh answered: PH Martin’s has 2 versions of watercolor: dye based, and pigment based. The Pigment based is lightfast, the dyes are notoriously not :).
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    Another drawing. The black paint is Dr. Ph. Martin’s watercolor, which is beautifully saturated, but I’ve heard that it...
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  23. blog-arcrylicpaintings answered: I’ve never used the stuff, but it sure looks like it’s working for you…Good luck…..
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