Striking blue! DANIEL SMITH's luminescent watercolors are unlike anything ever seen in watercolor, simulate the glitter of a watery surface or the luster of mother-of-pearl. They're made from mica pigment, thin transparent particles coated with highly reflective metal oxides. Interference pigments display a subtle sheen when used on white paper. Used on black paper, or as a glaze over dark colors. Iridescent Electric Blue is DANIEL SMITH's most bright, vibrant Luminescent—it is the color of sun striking the blue tones of peacock feathers.
- ASTM Lightfastness Rating: Excellent
- Transparency: Transparent
- Granulating: No
- Staining: No
For over 30 years, DANIEL SMITH paints have been formulated, produced and packaged in Seattle. When you use a DANIEL SMITH product, you support a community whose passion for color and quality has fueled some of the most inventive developments in the art materials industry.