Using 3 different painting materials, you can challenge the world's masterpieces with only a small number of colors. Become inspired by the original artworks, and depending on your own ingenuity, create original bold arrangements of color.
– Watercolor with Gustav Klimt –
A set of Gustav Klimt's "The Kiss" to color with GANSAI TAMBI. GANSAI TAMBI is traditional Japanese pan watercolors for professional artists and crafters. It is recognizable by its vivid color and quick dissolution. Water-based pigment paint can be highly opaque when used solely as a gouache but can also become more transparent depending on the amount of water added for dilution.
–Watercolor with Claude Monet –
A set of Claude Monet's "Woman with a Parasol" to color with ZIG CLEAN COLOR Real Brush. ZIG Clean Color Real Brush is a water-based dye with a single sided bristle brush tip. The brush tip is very flexible making it easy to go from thin to thick lines in one stroke. Multiple colors can be combined to create gradations.
– Watercolor with Vincent van Gogh –
A set of Vincent van Gogh's "Café Terrace at Night" to color with ZIG ART & GRAPHIC TWIN. ZIG Art & Graphic Twin is a dual tipped marker with a fine tip for details and a flexible brush tip for larger coverage. Markers use a water-based dye formula allowing colors to blend easily.