This neutral, non-staining primary blue will subtly modify most pigments. Considered a ""mixing pigment"", its transparent nature can cast a giant reticulating shadow. An inorganic pigment, it is considered transparent, non-staining (or low-tinting) and ideal for glazing methods. Its ability to create soft edges, to lift and to mix readily makes Cobalt Blue a valuable contribution to watercolor palettes.
Complimentary color is:
German Greenish Raw Umber