Review of Grey’s

Reviewing 6 of Daniel Smith Watercolors newest greys. Allows us to talk about their qualities, and what each color can be used for.  Many wonder why have so many grey’s? If you check out this video, you will learn more about these grey’s. And how to choose the best grey for you and your painting style. Because of this video I was reminded of  the review I did for Neutral tint, and Payne’s grey which is linked under.

 

Daniel Smith’s Grey’s

 Supplies:

  •  Gray Titanium – Single Gray, Semi-transparent, granulating, non-staining, 1or excellent lightfastness
  • 1.Joseph Z’s Neutral Grey – Semi-transparent, granulating, low staining, 1 or excellent lightfastness
  • 2.Joseph Z’s Warm Grey – Semi-transparent, granulating, low staining, 1 or excellent lightfastness
  • 3.Joseph Z’s Cool Grey – Semi-transparent, granulating, low staining, 1 or excellent lightfastness
  • Alvaro’s Caliente Grey – (warm) Semi-transparent, non-granulating, low staining, 1 or excellent lightfastness
  • Alvaro’s Fresco Grey – (cool) Semi-transparent, granulating, low staining, 1 or excellent lightfastness

Thank you all so much for your support and hope this information is helpful. If you have any questions let me know in the comments below.

 

Comment on my YouTube video which of these grey’s is your favorite and why!?

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