Empty Watercolour Paint Tins
With your very own empty watercolour tins (for holding watercolour paint pans), you will be able to create your personal, unique palette of colours. This is a really great way to get the creativity flowing, meaning that you can take control of your own artistic expression from the very beginning of the process. These empty watercolour paint tins have been designed to be super easy to use, as well as easy to transport. Once you have used it to create your own blends of colour, you can also simply wash it out and start again next time! Add one to your home painting setup for plenty of creative rewards.
Take Your Pick
We always like to provide you with a rich array of top quality options, and this is just the case with our range right here. There are lots of different sizes of tins here, so that you can pick up the one that you will get the best use out of. For example, you will be able to purchase boxes that store up to 48 1/2 pans or 24 full pans, or up to 18 tubes, but then there are also smaller watercolour tins available. Take your pick and get cracking on with some watercolour exploration! See our range of watercolour pans and tubes here to fill your tin with your chosen colours.
Convenient & High Quality
These empty watercolour tins will come in really handy for your mixing purposes. You can tell that they have been made by people who are passionate about painting, as they are built so as to be as convenient and logically laid out as possible. The designs here have taken into account, for example, how best to incorporate mixing sections into the design, with these boxes featuring fold out side palettes so that you have some extra space for your watercolour mixing.
Passion For Watercolour
Well built, cleverly designed, and long lasting, these empty watercolour paint tins will be your best companion through many creative projects if you are a fan of using and experimenting with watercolours. Making your own colour wheel is a perfect way to be able to come to a full and deep understanding of how best to use watercolours. And these tins are going to be where all the magic happens!