You've got the colourful artist paints and a great choice of paint brushes, but you can't start the art until you have some paint palettes to mix your colours on! Art to Art has the perfect paint palettes to help you mix up a storm.
Our wide range of art palettes and accessories will help you blend your paints so you can get the perfect shades for your masterpiece. With cups, tins and sponges too, you can get all the equipment you need online at Art to Art today!
Once you start learning about colours, why limit yourself to what you've got in your paint pots or tubes? Sometimes you need a colour that isn't in the paint set you have. Whether you want to lighten up your watercolours, or add dramatic shadows to your acrylic piece, you'll find it much easier to blend your colours with the right tools.
Wet palettes and palette sponges: for making thinned paints and custom blends
Empty watercolour palettes: to mix and keep your paints fresh for your next session
Tear-off paper palettes and pads: which let you mix small amounts of paints which you can then dispose of easily
Classically shaped oval artist pallets: made from wood or acrylic and perfect for mixing paints
Individual palette cups: which are great for storing individual paint colours
Watercolour palettes with water wells: for cleaning your brushes and helping you blend between strokes
Glass painting palettes: great for their smooth surfaces and being super easy to clean
Steel paint dippers: use for storing your solvents, acrylic or oil mediums clipped to your palette
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What kind of paint palette is best?
This depends on what kind of mixing you're going to be doing. If you want to mix watercolours or acrylics, you'll want to have deep wells. If you're trying to mix thick oil paints a large, flat surface like glass or wood will help. If you need to move around a lot, an art palette you can hold easily in your hand is what you're after.
Why do artists use palettes?
They’re a great way to keep all the paints you’re using handy. You'll find it difficult to paint if you've got your colours still in their little tubes! Art palettes also give you an opportunity to mix up the colours you want if you don't have the exact one you need ready to go. An essential part of any painting experience!
What is paint palette paper?
It is a disposable piece of smooth, coated paper that an artist can place on their wooden palette so they have somewhere to mix their paints, but keep their palettes clean. Some palette papers come in pads that have built in finger holes, so you can use the pad as the palette itself and then put the used sheet in the bin!
What is the best watercolour palette?
A good watercolour palette should have plenty of space for mixing and wells for keeping the colours in place! You may also want to opt for a paint palette that ensures your paints don't dry out or spill in transport.