MozArt Supplies Komorebi Japanese Watercolor Paint Set, 40-Count

Last updated: October 13, 2020

MozArt Supplies Komorebi Japanese Watercolor Paint Set, 40-Count

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Product Details

In our analysis of 27 expert reviews, the MozArt Supplies Komorebi Japanese Watercolor Paint Set, 40-Count placed 13th when we looked at the top 19 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

mozart watercolor set komobrebi watercolor set komobrebi watercolor set komobrebi watercolor set komobrebi watercolor set komobrebi Our Komorebi paints are a Japanese-style of watercolor paints called Gansai. We pride ourselves on all ingredients used being vegetarian friendly. Pairs perfectly with the Mozart Supplies Water Brush Pen Set. Play with different styles using these products in combination. High quality set with excellent blending performance and packaged beautifully. The ideal gift for your artistic loved ones watercolor set komobrebi Artists from across the world enjoy MozArt Products We’ve heard resounding positive feedback on art range from seasoned artists. We make every effort to source the highest quality materials in order to give our customers the best quality products, and the artists who have used our products appreciate this – it makes all the difference! mozart supplies The MozArt Supplies Story MozArt Supplies was set up by a husband and wife duo in 2016. We’re avid artists – that’s what makes us unique; we’re artists working to develop a range of products with artists’ needs in mind. Take your art to the next level with MozArt Supplies. We love our products and we’re confident you will too!

Our Expert Consultant

Amy Markham  
Artist and art educator

Artist and educator Amy Markham is the creator of Starling, a podcast dedicated to helping artists develop depth in their creative practice. A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Amy has been an art educator since 2001. Today, she teaches middle school art at a school outside of Memphis, Tennessee. Her personal artwork explores myth-making and symbolic understandings. Through her brand, Starling Creative Living, she leads others to explore art production as a method for enriching their life experience.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

The paints are presented in a nice tin box, which closes with a definite ‘click’ and I feel confident it could stand upright in a bag all day, without any spills (especially if you take care to replace the cardboard sleeve after use).
I really found these paints a joy to paint with. They seemed thicker than my Windsor & Newton pans, and easier to get vivd tones out of.

What reviewers didn't like

I was a bit disappointed with the Neon Blue as it isn’t as `zingy’ as the other neons.
One thing I was disappointed with is that the card is stuck in the lid, so you can't remove it to swatch, which would definitely be easier.
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