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Blood of the Ozarks Driftwood Palette

$100.00 $100.00.

7 colors, including the rare Fresh Earthy Blood. 5 mini-cubes and 2 balls mounted on a unique and artistic piece of Ozark driftwood. When you’re finished with one color, simply glue a replacement on with hot glue. Over time, the pigments give the wood an interesting character.

 

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A collection including combinations made from one of my rare pigments from a small red stone found in the King’s river. Earthy Blood, Fresh Earthy Blood, and Bloody Yellow! all contain different levels of True Blood, one of the rarest local colors I make (which is why the price is higher than usual).

All colors in this set are earth pigments and light fast.

The Paleo Mini Pigments (listing specifies which colors are available)

The varieties offered will change as I make my own paints. The list below will be added to as I make a new color that wasn’t previously listed. Not all colors are available at all times. I have an article that gives more information on the various colors and what they come from. Click here to open a separate tab to read it. I’ll update it with any new colors as I find or create them. The following is a list of intermittently available Paleo Paints in Mini’s, Balls, or other types of pans.

  • Red Lites
  • Special Red (sometimes named True Blood, Blood of the Ozarks, Fresh Earthy Blood)
  • Red Middles
  • Red Heavies
  • Red Middles Gouache
  • Whole Red Clay
  • Red & Yellow lites combo
  • Whole Yellow
  • Yellow Lites
  • Yellow Gouache
  • Green Lights Gouache
  • Green Heavies
  • Red plus Pink
  • Bone Black (bone sourced, light fast)
  • Vine Black (plant sourced, but light fast)
  • Antler Black (antler sourced, light fast)
  • Shale Gray
  • Brown Brown (Black sandstone)
  • Sassafras Root Bark (plant sourced, light fast)
  • Sassafras Leaf (plant sourced, light fast)
  • Red Leaf of Black Gum (plant sourced, light fast)
  • Murdock
  • Earthy Murdock (brown brown with Murdock)
  • Cromwell’s Sunrise
  • Whole Earthy Delight
  • Sassy Lake (a very pale yellow lake pigment from sassafras leaf)

A Note about Color Reproducibility & Transparency

All of my paleo mini paint cubes are made from natural foraged rocks, clay, or other resources. While I may be able to come close to reproducing the color later, it’s very unlikely I’ll get an exact match. There’s enough pigment in each of these dots to paint several swatches, and possibly full small paintings in the style I produce. A little bit does seem to go a long ways.

Watercolor paints made from earth pigments are not as transparent as those you might be used to. All of them are more similar to gouache than not. The ones I’ve labeled ‘gouache’ are more opaque than the pigments alone. The only ones of my paleo paint samples that are truly transparent are those from plant pigments, like the sassafras root bark in this collection.

You can see the paintings I’ve made using my handmade watercolor paints at www.PaleoPaints.com if you’d like to get an idea of how they look.

Weight 4 oz
Dimensions 8 × 2 × 2 in

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