Turner Watercolour Colour Chart
Turner Acryl Gouache Colour Chart
Turner Colour Works Ltd of Japan produce artists' quality watercolour paints, acryl gouache paints and mediums, and gesso primer.
Turner Watercolours are specially designed by Turner for the discerning watercolour artist. Turner's concentrated Artists' Watercolours combine the finest pure pigments with gum arabic to achieve the highest of lightfast ratings and superb transparency and flow.
The well balanced, vibrant 86 Turner Watercolour range has 59 single-pigment colours, so your colour blends will not become muddy not muddy. The pigments are painstakingly ground to a uniform fineness and blended without any fillers. Only the best gum arabic and wetting agents are used to ensure vivid, brilliant colours with a smooth consistency.
The generous 15ml tube size compare favorably to tubes double the size in other watercolor brands, since Turner packs more pigment into their paint.
Turner Acryl Gouache
Acrylic Gouache is matt acrylic paint and Turner Acryl Gouache is one of the highest quality ranges available today. A professional quality acrylic gouache with a wide range of 219 colours, making them ideal for illustrative painting and design work. Made in Japan to the highest specifications.
The use of ultra-fine pigments means colours spread out smoothly, wide areas can be covered uniformly with a beautiful opaque matt finish. Quick drying and water mixable, yet water resistant once dry. Multiple layers can be over-painted with no bleeding or streaking, they also offer reliable adhesion to a wide variety of surfaces including metal, glass, plastic and wood.
Turner Acryl Gouache is a paint that has the appearence of a matt gouache but the permanence of an acrylic. Simon Williams, a well known botanical artist was asked to try these paints out and write a review which came out in the June edition of The Artist magazine.
These paints are much favoured by Simon - They have the ability to produce excellent detail and the colours can be layered very well over the top of each other. Washes can still be applied over the detail and gradually the colour build up keeps it's opacity. A very good point to this medium is that upon the detail work the thin washes can still be applied without lifting the underneath layers and it remains matt and opaque like Gouache and each time another wash or dry brush detail is rendered the opacity improves.