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- Easily thinned with water
- Excellent disolvesibility
- Adheres well
- Fairly high pigment content
- Color do not fade in sunlight
- With watercolor, white paint is not used and clear areas-know as reserves-are left on the paper to provide the areas of write. Areas of white can also be rendered by washes or by using liquid gum.
- With watercolor, color never completely covers the surface being worked on.