These handmade paints are all organic in nature. They are extracted from a number of plants and trees grown in the Philippines. Each color has its own unique character. Please read more about the individual colors:
INDIGO Our very own Indigo from the Philippines. This color uses natural organic pigment. It produces a dark, blue tone. You may use this as an alternative to neutral gray, payne's gray, or black for creating tones of colors. A great color for painting shadows and giving that extra contrast to art works.
This color uses pigment harvested from the Sappang tree; it is organic. It is a common-growing tree in Asia and has been used over centuries for its red-color dye for textile application. This color has a reddish-brown hue and is lovely for both skin-tones and landscape painting.
TAWA-TAWA This color uses pigment from the plant, Tawa-tawa. It is a yellow hue close to yellow ochre. However, this is an organic pigment and not as lightfast as actual yellow ochre (Earth pigment). It is a staining color and is semi-opaque.
TEAK This color was extracted from the common Teak tree. A color from wood, it shows a splendid brown hue that is perfect for earthy paintings and landscapes.
TALISAY BLACK Our organic black hue from the Talisay tree. It gives interesting texture and granulation on paper. Staining and semi-opaque. Mix the perfect tone using Talisay Black and any color of your choice.
UBE This unique color is from the Ube root-crop. It may sometimes present itself as a darker hue but will stain paper with a bright violet hue. A must-see in person!
Note: Let watercolor pans dry every after use before storing to prevent mold growth. Store in a dry area, do not expose to humidity.