So after my recent mix chart of yesterday, i decided i may as well call into The Range, while i was passing, and buy the Permanent Sap Green from the Professional range to replace the Sap Green from the Cotman range.
What a difference. After faffing around the last couple of days with the Cotman Sap Green struggling to make its presence felt against every other colour, the Permanent Sap Green had no problems holding it’s own on my mixing plate.
So i then had to redo my mix chart. I cut a couple of 12mm strips of the Fabriano Artistico paper and glue sticked them to the chart covering the old Sap Green — i most certainly wasn’t going to do the whole lot again.
When i finished the mix chart i then redid the swatch in a similar manner. As the swatch is in my Handbook Sketch Journal i cut the very last page out and made a bit to cover the places i needed to. The spare paper left over goes nicely into the plastic pouch inside the back cover for future mistake coverings.
So yeah, very happy now with all my colours. All that’s left to do is to sit and play with them and make pretty colour things on paper.