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PAINT              WITH COLOURS     THAT             COME    FROM        NATURE      JUST      FOR            YOU                 AS        INTENDED         BY               NATURE. 

about WaterCOLOUR Paints

FUN, SAFE &  COLOURFUL

Watercolour is a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-based solution. Watercolour refers to both the medium and the resulting artwork. Watercolour paint is an ancient form of painting. At present Watercolor painting is familiarly used by the children during school activities and performed with boxed sets of colour paints with a wet brush. The pigment transfers itself to the watered brush. Watercolours usually are mixed with water and the white ground (paper) underneath shines through the painting.

 

Every paint is a mixture of microscopic pigment particles, which provide the paint colour, mixed in a liquid paint that holds the pigment in suspension, allows it to be applied with a brush, then dries to bind it to the support. Pigment. Pigments are chemical compounds with appealing or useful colour attributes and that do not dissolve in water. Paints are a dispersion of tiny pigment particles suspended in the mix. 

Finger Painting

Synthetic Watercolour Paints contain toxic pigments such as chrome yellow (lead chromate) which can cause lung cancer, and cadmium pigments (which can cause kidney and lung damage and are suspect human carcinogens). Blowing excess pastel dust off the drawing is one major source of inhalation of pastel pigments. Poisoning can occur if toxic pigments are inhaled or ingested. The main hazard in standard painting techniques is accidental ingestion of pigments due to eating, drinking or smoking while working, inadvertent hand to mouth contact, or pointing the paint brush with the lips.  If methods such as spraying, heating, or sanding are employed then there is an opportunity for inhalation of toxic pigments.         

Kids' Paintings

about SYNTHETIC/CHEMICAL WaterCOLOUR Paints

FUN, UNSAFE & COLOURFUL

The Toxic Watercolour paints: Artists are often quite knowledgeable about the compelling feats they can achieve with paint, but they aren’t always aware of what their paints are made from. synthetic paints contain toxic chemicals that are potentially harmful to humans and the environment. And among those artists who are aware of these risks, many don’t know what they can do to prevent them. The good news is that painting has come a long way from the days of lead pigments and turpentine. And, with some knowledge and a few simple strategies, artists can paint healthily into old age using E i Naturals Natural Water Colour Paints.

Water color paints
Painting Equipments

The classic example of a toxic inorganic pigment in painting is white lead, or flake white (basic lead carbonate). 

 

Lead pigments can cause anaemia, gastrointestinal problems, peripheral nerve damage (and brain damage in children), kidney damage and reproductive system damage. 

 

Other inorganic pigments may be hazardous, including pigments based on cobalt, cadmium, and manganese. Some of the inorganic pigments, in particular cadmium pigments, chrome yellow and zinc yellow may cause lung cancer. 

 

In addition lamp black and carbon black may contain impurities that can cause skin cancer.

 

Chromate pigments (chrome yellow and zinc yellow) may cause skin ulceration and allergic skin reactions (such as rashes).

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NATURAL WaterCOLOUR Paints

FUN, SAFE & COLOURFUL

E i Natural’s Natural Watercolour paints have Natural Colour pigments, with higher permanence (by not exposing to direct sunlight), realistic colour intensities, excellent transparency.

           E i Natural’s Natural Watercolour paints give translucent, transparent, realistic effects, vibrant abstracts, sharp photo realistic colours and are non-toxic, easy to clean both the paint leakage on paper and on hands.

 Girl Painting with Brush

E i Natural’s Natural Watercolour paints Kit has 10 Single Pigment Colours. Technically you can produce every colour by simply mixing primary colours (Red, Green and Blue), but the mixed colours will be dull and lifeless. Single pigment colours are much more vibrant and intense.

BLACK,BLUE, BROWN,GREEN,GREY,ORANGE,

PINK,RED,WHITE & YELLOW

Girls in Painting Class
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AVAILABLE NATURAL WATERCOLOURS PAINTS 

Colour Description

Format

Source

Active

Black Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Charcoal

Activated Charcoal

Blue Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Red Cabbage

Anthocyanin

Brown Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Sugar Cane

Caramel

Green Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Alfalfa

Chlorophyll

Orange Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Annatto

Nor-Bixin

Grey Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Red Cabbage

Anthocyanin

Pink Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Red Cabbage

Anthocyanin

Red Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Hibiscus

Anthocyanin

White Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Oyster Shell

Calcium

Yellow Natural Watercolour Paint

Powder

Turmeric

Curcumin

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