Seccorell 'Scola' Basic Set
The paint sticks consist of bound mineral pigments, which are offered in rod form. They are harmless to health (analysis available).
On the rubbing block the pigment is rubbed off over the painting ground in the desired quantity. Each side of the rubbing block remains assigned to a specific colour tone.
serves to remove the still adhering pigment directly after rubbing the paint stick from the rubbing block to brush off.
TIP: This process is important, as otherwise the pigment could fall off later on at an undesired place and change the picture by slight vibration.
IMPORTANT: The brush is only a cleaning tool and NOT a paint brush!
With the fingers
or the ball of the thumb, the pigment is worked into the painting ground in fine circular or wiping movements. It is also possible to wipe or dab with a cotton pad, handkerchief or similar.
TIP: For "sky", for example, the powder is blurred in a circular motion, for "meadow" perhaps in an up and down movement, and so on - characteristic structures are already created during painting.
With the basic colours
Red, yellow and blue, many mixed tones can be produced: e.g. all rainbow colours (Goethe's colour circle) as well as brown and grey. With Seccorell Junior you get a sorting of these three colours, each in light and dark. For reasons of finer nuances, green is added to the three basic colours in the other boxes. A palette of 24 colours is available with the Seccorell large box.
NOTE: The hangtags on the Seccorell paintboxes provide information and assistance on mixing colours. A large colour mixing card (DIN A 5) is also available for this purpose.
External dimensions of the box: approx. 112 x 64 x 22 mm