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Prismacolor 72 & 150 Color Pencil Palette Sets

Colored Pencils in Mass-color, Tints and Shades on the RCW
Printable 36 RCW "BLANK" Color Wheel


Prismacolor (PC) 72 color set includes: 48 chroma colors, 11 tints, 13 non-color.
Here they are colored on the 36 Real Color Wheel. 4-5-7, plus one extra added pencil/color, Prismacolor's PC919 Non-Photo Blue as a tint of Cyan.

Print copies of this blank color wheel for your testing when making RCW complementary and split-complementary color schemes. To get a printable 36 RCW Color Wheel blank 7" templet to print and color in, click this link: Printable 36 Color Wheel, blank colorwheel
Xerox prints lines that won't dissolve in water.
Here is an image of the full Real Color Wheel with links matching pigments. colorwheel.htm

36RCW Colors: Primary= 36RCW#1 is Yellow, 36RCW#13 is Magenta, 36RCW#25 is Cyan. (Tip) Remove the Indigo Blue pencil PC901, and replace it with PC919 Non-photo Blue. This cyan color does not come with this 72 color set but it is very important.

RCW's Three Set Numbering System:
36RCW#? (colors from #1 to #36) (values: opaque mass-tones = #1.0 to #36.0) (transparent mass-tones = #1.4-5or6 to #36.4-5or6.) (#1.0 is bright yellow, it's a relative tint of transparent Indian yellow #1.4 or a mass-tone opaque yellow.) (tints = #1.01 to #1.09, tints are double diget numbers) (shades = #1.1 to #1.9 are single diget numbers.)

Value: 10 shadow blocks down to neutral dark, 10 tint blocks up to white.

The 3 Primary colors are equally separated by 120 degrees on a circle of 360 degrees. #1 is yellow, #13 is magenta and #25 is cyan. To color in the outer 10 blocks, blend each of these double diget colors evenly to white.

Each 10 degree block of color starts as the pure mass-tone opaque tube color or a relative tint of the transparent color #1.0.
#1.01 is the darkest tint, #1.09 is the lightest tint.

Cyan's transparent gradient colors are from the transparent mass-tone 36RCW#25.6 to the pure top-tone #25.0 to the lightest tint RCW#25.09. RCW#25.0 goes to the darkest shade RCW#25.9.
Cyan #25.0 gets dark by adding blue #19.10. 100% transparent cyan and 100% transparent magenta mix blue.
Cyan changes from cyan to ultramarine blue dark by #25.9.

All colors on the exact other side of the color wheel are opposite and mix to a neutral dark.

Yellow RCW#1 to Red RCW#7 all have a simular phenomenon. Colors from RCW#1 to RCW#7 all darken to red's RCW#7.10, dark just the same way as cyan RCW#25 darkens to blue's dark RCW#19.10. Seven opposite colors all darken to two major darks, brown and blue.

Yes, Indian yellow does come in brown but it's not made into a pigment yet (11-16-12). The Japanese made a synthetic car paint that has the sun effects cyan to blue and yellow to brown but it's not available in a dry pigment.

How to read this palette list.
PC1011 = Prismacolor pencil number for a hue called Deco Yellow, the lightest pencil RCWPC#09 on the RCW/Prismacolor colorwheel. Double digets mean it's a tint color.
RCW#1.09.1 = Real Color Wheel Number for Deco Yellow, a cool tint of Lemon Yellow.
RCWPC#01 = RCW/Prismacolor pencil numbering; starting with Prismacolor's yellow PC#1 and ending with their yellow-green PC#46 of their 72 colors.

C l i c k a b l e  A r t i s t s  R e a l  C o l o r  W h e e l :  f i n d  m a t c h i n g  p i g m e n t s

Lead Yellow, cool opaque Naples Yellow Light Naples Yellow Deep Acrylic Vivid lime Green, Oil Yellow Green Opaque Brilliant Yellow Green, translucent in acrylics Cadmium Yellow Cadmium Yellow Medium Cadmium Orange, opaque Green Gold, Transparent Indian Yellow-Orange Lake Extra Yellow Raw Ocher, Opaque Translucent Yellow Oxide Chinese Vermilion Extra, translucent Permanent Green light Chromium Green Oxide Indian Yellow-Brown Transparent Burnt Sienna, translucent Cadmium Red Light-Medium, Opaque Thalo Green, transparent Raw Umber, translucent Burnt Umber, translucent Venetian Red Oxide, Warm, Opaque Opaque Green Light Pigment Photo Chip Chart Rembrandt Rose, Translucent Turquoise Blue-Green, transparent Quinacridone Magenta, Warm Thalo Blue Cyan, Transparent Cobalt Magenta, Cool Ultramarine Blue, Translucent Ultramarine Blue Light Manganese Violet Cobalt Blue French Ultramarine Blue Purple, Transparent Raw Sienna, translucent Ultramarine Violet



To find a Prismacolor pencil name or PC pencil number
match the color to a RCW.
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#1
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#1.09.1
Tint Primrose Yellow Tint
PC914
Cream
RCW#1.07.3
Tint Lemon Yellow
PC1011
Deco Yellow
RCW#1.0.1
Hansa Yellow
PC915
Lemon Yellow
RCW#1.0.5
Bismuth Yellow
PC916
Canary Yellow
RCW#1.4.5
Yellow Oxide
PC942
Yellow Ocher
RCW#1.8.5
Burnt Umber Lt
PC946
Dark Brown
RCW#1.9.5
Burnt Umber
PC947
Dark Umber
Use Yellow's Dark Brown or Dark Umber and darken it with the opposite color Ult. Blue RCW#19
Pencils= PC#29 Ultramarine Blue, PC#30 Violet Blue. Magenta is warm, cyan is cool.
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#2
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#2.03.5
Yellow Ocher Lt
PC940
Sand
RCW#2.01.5
Tint Cad Yellow Med
PC915
Sunburst Yellow
RCW#2.1.5
Indian Yellow Org/s
PC1009
Spanish Orange
RCW#2.3.5
Yellow Ocher
PC942
Yellow Oxide
RCW#2.8.5
Burnt Umber Lt
PC946
Dark Brown
RCW#2.9.5
Burnt Umber
947
Dark Umber
Use Yellow's Dark Brown or Dark Umber and darken it with the opposite color Ult. Blue RCW#19
Pencil= PC#29, Ultramarine Blue, PC#30 Violet Blue
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#3
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#3.03.5
Yellow Ocher Tint
PC997
Beige
RCW##3.0.5
Cad Yellow Deep
PC10002
Yellowed Orange
RCW#3.3.5
Yellow Ocher Deep
PC1004
Golden Rod
RCW#3.7.5
Burnt Sienna
PC945
Sienna Brown
RCW#3.8.5
Burnt Umber Lt
PC946
Dark Brown
RCW#3.9.5
Burnt Umber
PC947
Dark Umber
Use Yellow's Dark Brown or Dark Umber and darken it with the opposite color, Ult. Blue, RCW#19, Pencil=PC#29 Ultramarine Blue, PC#30 Violet Blue
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#4
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#4.03.5
Tint Orange
PC939
Peach
RCW#4.0.5
Orange
PC918
Orange
RCW#4.5.5
Burnt Ocher
PC943
Burnt Ocher
RCW#4.7.5
Bt Sienna
PC945
Sienna Brown
RCW#4.8.5
Burnt Umber Lt
PC946
Dark Brown
RCW#4.9.5
Burnt Umber
PC947
Dark Umber
Darken with the opposite color RCW#23,
Closest Pencil= PC#30 Violet Blue
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#6
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#6.07.5
Tint Pale Vermillion
PC1014
Deco Pink
RCW#6.0.5
Vermillion
PC921
Pale Vermillion
RCW#6.6.5
Burnt Ocher
PC943
Burnt Ocher
RCW#6.9.5
Burnt Umber
PC947
Dark Umber
Darken with the opposite color RCW#24
Pencil= PC#30 Violet Blue
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#7
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#7.05.5
Tint Carmine Red
PC928
Blush Pink
RCW#7.0.5
Cad Red Light
PC922
Poppy Red
RCW#7.4.9
Red Oxide
PC944
Terra Cotta
RCW#7.6.5
Burnt Ocher
PC943
Burnt Ocher
RCW#7.9.5
Burnt Umber
PC947
Dark Umber
Darken with the opposite color Cyan, RCW#25
Pencils= PC#33 Indigo Blue..PC#30 Violet Blue
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#9
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#9.01.5
Tint of Crimson Red
PC926
Carmine Red
RCW#9.0.5
Cad Red Med
PC924
Crimson Red
RCW#9.3.5
Cad Red Deep
PC925
Crimson Lake
RCW#9.8.5
Shade of Red Medium
PC937
Tuscan Red
Darken with the opposite color RCW#27
Pencils= PC#36 Aquamarine, PC#32 Peacock Blue, PC#33 Copenhagen Blue
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#11
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#11.01.5
Tint Carmine Red
PC929
Pink
RCW#11.0.5
Rembrandt Rose
PC930
Magenta
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#29
Pencils= PC#38 Parrot Green or RCWPC#39
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#13
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#13.01.5
Tint magenta
PC994
Process Red
RCW#13.0.5
Magenta PR:122
PC995
Mulberry
RCW#13.8.5
Shade of Magenta/Mulberry
PC937
Tuscan Red
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#29
Pencils= RCWPC#38 Parrot Green or RCWPC#39 Grass Green
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#14
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#14.05.5
Tint Violet
PC956
Lilac
RCW#14.4.5
Light Violet
PC1008
Perma Violet
RCW#14.8.5
Violet
PC932
Violet
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#35
Pencil= PC#40 Dark Green
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#15
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#15.8.5
Manganese Violet
PC931
Dark Purple
Darken with opposite color RCW33
Pencils= PC#39 Grass Green or PC#40 Dark Green
                                                                                                                             
36RCW Number 18
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#18.7.5
Ultramarine Violet
PC1007
Imperial Violet
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#36 Green Umber
Pencil= PC#48 Sepia
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#19
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#19.07.5
Tint Ultramarine Blue
PC1023
Cloud Blue
RCW#19.01.5
Kings Blue Light
PC902
Light Cerulean
RCW#19.0.5
Ultramarine Blue
PC902
Ultramarine Blue
RCW#19.9.5
Ultramarine Deep
PC933
Violet Blue
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#1
Pencils= RCWPC#6 Dk. Brown or RCWPC#7= Dk. Umber
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#22
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#22.0.5
Cobalt Blue
PC903
True Blue
RCW#22.6.5
Ultramarine Blue
PC902
Ultramarine Blue
RCW#22.9.5
Ultramarine Deep
PC933
Violet Blue
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#7
Pencils= RCWPC#15 Poppy Red or RCWPC#7 Dark Umber
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#25
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#25.01.5
Tint Light Cerulean Blue
PC904
Light Cerulean Blue
RCW#25.0.5
Cyan
PC919
Non-Photo Blue
RCW#25.6.5
Cyan Mass-tone
PC901
Copenhagen Blue
RCW#25.7.5
Ultramarine Blue
PC902
Ultramarine Blue
RCW#25.9.5.
Ultramarine Deep
PC933
Violet Blue
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#7
Pencils= RCWPC#15 Poppy Red or RCWPC#7 Dark Umber
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#27
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#27.8.5
Turquoise Deep Blue
PC1027
Peacock Blue
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#11
Pencil= PC#20 Magenta (PV19 hue)
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#29
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#29.01.5
Tint Turquoise
PC992
Light Aqua
RCW#29.0.5
Turquoise
PC905
Aquamarine
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#9
Pencil= RCWPC#18 Crimson Red
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#31
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#31.01.9
Tint Thalo Green Y/s
PC910
True Green
RCW#31.0.1
Thalo Green B/s
PC1006
Parrot Green
RCW#31.6.5
Thalo Gr. B/s
PC809
Grass Green
RCW#31.9.9
Thalo Green Y/s
PC908
Dark Green
RCW#31.10.5
Green Umber
PC948
Sepia
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#15
Pencil= PC#26 Violet
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#35
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#35.01.7
Tint Vivid Yellow Green
PC989
Chartreuse
RCW#35.0.3
Vivid Lime Green
PC913
Spring Green
RCW#35.3.8
Permanent Yellow Green
PC912
Apple Green
RCW#35.8.5
Light Brown Oxide
PC947
Light Umber
RCW#35.9.5
Green Umber
PC948
Sepia
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#17
Pencil= PC#26 Violet. Closer to Yellow is a warmer/higher value, closer to cyan is a cooler/lower value.
                                                                                                                             
36RCW#36
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#36.0.5
Yellow Green
PC1004
Yellow Chartreuse
RCW#36.4.5
Green Gold
PC1005
Lime Peel
RCW#36.6.5
Green Oxide
PC911
Olive Green
RCW#36.9.1
Green Umber
PC948
Sepia
Darken with the opposite color, RCW#18
Pencil= PC#26 Violet
                                                                                                                             
RCW Color Tints
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#1.01.5
Tint Lemon Yellow
PC914
Cream
RCW#1.02.5
Tint Lt Yellow Yellow
PC914
Deco Yellow
RCW#2.02.5
Tint Orange Brown
PC997
Goldenrod
RCW#2.04.5
Tint Yellow Oxide
PC940
Sand
RCW#4.01.5
LtTint Orange
PC927
Light Peach
RCW#4.02.5
DkTint Orange
PC939
Peach
RCW#4.04.5
Tint Orange
PC
Spanish Orange
RCW#13.09.5
LtTint Process Red/Magenta
PC1014
Deco Pink
RCW#13.05.5
Tint Process Red/Magenta
PC928
Blush Pink
RCW#8.01.5
DkTint Process Red/Magenta
PC929
Pink
RCW#14.00.5
DkTint Violet
PC956
Lilac
RCW#14.00.5
Tint Violet
PC956
Lilac
RCW#19.00.5
Tint Ult Blue
PC1023
Cloud Blue
RCW#31.04.5
Tint Gray Green
PC1023
Jade Green
Tints of Color, xx.01.5 is the darkest tint, xx.09.5 is the lightest tint.
                                                                                                                             
No Color & Metallics
Pigment Name
Pencil #
Pencil Name
RCW#0.00.5
Silver
PC949
Silver
RCW#0.00.5
Gold
PC950
Gold
RCW#0.0.5
White
PC938
White
RCW#0.00.5
Black
PC935
Black
RCW#0.05.1
French Gray 20%
PC1069
French Gray 20%
RCW#0.05.1
French Gray 50%
PC1072
French Gray 50%
RCW#0.05.1
French Gray 70%
PC1074
French Gray 70%
RCW#0.05.5
Warm Gray 20%
PC1051
Warm Gray 20%
RCW#0.05.5
Warm Gray 50%
PC1054
Warm Gray 50%
RCW#0.05.5
Warm Gray 70%
PC1065
Warm Gray 70%
RCW#0.05.9
Cool Gray 20%
PC1060
Cool Gray 20%
RCW#0.05.9
Cool Gray 50%
PC1063
Cool Gray 50%
RCW#0.05.9
Cool Gray 70%
PC1065
Cool Gray 70%
RCW#0.31.1
Gray Green mix, 20% gray
PC1021
Jade Green
No Color & Metallics, xx.01.5 is the darkest tint, xx.09.5 is the lightest tint.
French Gray is PC's warmest gray, next is Warm Gray, than Cool Gray


Pantone has a magenta ink, C=0, Y=0, M=100% K=0, used to print their Pantone Process Color System Guide. This ink matches the magenta color ink that I print with on my giclee printer. This is the same color on my Real Color Wheel that matches water colors, acrylics and oil paints. This color is Color Index Number PR:122. This color paint I first found perfect was from Liquitex, back when it was still called, by them, Acra Violet, it's been called Magenta now for a long time. Back then (1993) the only transparent yellow was from Old Holland as an oil paint. I guess the first acrylic transparent yellow paint was my own. I got the best Indian Yellow color match from a mural pigment dealer in Florence and made it.

I make watercolors with a transparent yellow from Spectra Colors Corp in New Jersey. This transparent yellow Azo pigment is called Tartrazine, PY100, and it didn't fade or turn brown after 6 months on my dashboard in the Lahaina sun. "Lahaina" means the Land of the Burning Sun. I tubed another batch on 11-16-12.

Pencils and Pastels and crayons need pressure and lighter colors are not generally made with less pressure, it takes another pencil as pastels use another color. Magenta, PR:122 is Prismacolor's #995 called Mulberry. This is a full hue magenta that in watercolors would be thinned down to make pink. In pencil use #994 called Process Red as the lighter tint of magenta. Both make good darks with green (#909 Grass Green).

Prismacolor 1003 Spanish Orange is a dual-toned pencil. Light rubbing with is will give a lighter hue of yellow. It shows up more with an alcohol wash.

Prismacolor PC922 Poppy Red needs more red in it I think, cadmimum red light would be the natural pigment to use.

Prismacolor's PC903, called True Blue, pencil#31 has too much magenta in it, it's closer to cobalt blue hue. Maybe there is a better match in a larger set but for now I'm moving it to Cobalt Blue's spot, RCW#22. Let me explain my thoughts. Cyan is a transparent color, someday it will be dual-toned with a dark ultramarine blue like yellow is with brown. When using the opaque pencil cyan, it darkens with ultramarine blue, like the sky.

Comparing the darkest browns;
Prismacolors Dark Umber has more red in it than Dark Brown, which is on the yellow side. You needed both colors.
Sepia is the darkest brown in the set. It's raw umber hue, darker than the natural raw umber in oils.
Under a magnifying glass I laid in these colors, the media was soft enough to push around the laid color with the pencil, great for filling in holidays (sparkles). I don't think Prismacolor uses any natural pigments in their pencils.

Prismacolor has 3 dark browns, a magenta side brown RCW#10.10.5, a green side brown RCW#33.10.5 and a yellow side brown RCW#1.8.1. Normally Raw umber is a yellow-green side brown. Burnt umber is normally a red side brown. Prismacolor's Dark Brown is really a lighter burnt umber, a handy color.

Dick Blick has 2 dark browns, a red side and a yellow side. Those are the normal burnt umber and raw umber. Dick Blick calls them Bt Umber and Dk Brown.
Dick Blick also has a better cyan hue RCW#25 called Ice Blue, their darker mass-tone cyan RCW#25.7 is called Azure Blue.
Dick Blick has two different color Cobalt Blues, the dark has more magenta in it. In my opinion they don't even have a cobalt blue hue. They don't have a color named Ultramarine Blue in their 72 pencil set either. Dick Blick's Cobalt Blue Dark is my Ultramarine Blue RCW#19.

Download a Printable blank RCW Color Wheel, with the Prisma Color Pencil numbers inserted.
Here is a link that opens a zip file of a tif 36 RCW with out the numbers.
Printable 36 Color Wheel, blank colorwheel

Real Color Wheel 7in Templet

Here is the 72 plus one Prismacolor pencil set, without any color blending. I shouldn't have used this one for my color blending because the paper was already compleatly filled in.

But I did..

Colored pencils no blending
All pencil colors opposite each other will blend dark neutral. With the Real Color Wheel any brand of colored pencils can be mounted. I didn't have an ult. blue RCW#19 dark enough to show only 10% of color so I added the opposite brown to darken it. RCW#22 and RCW#25 are done with their opposite colors also.

The blended Prismacolor pencil set.

Match your "any brand" of pencils to this chart and mount them on a Real Color Wheel. Create darker shadow colors by adding the opposite color, any time.

Prismacolor Pencil chip colors

Below are Dick Blick's pencil colors (Thanks Jennie)
Geez, colors are really getting confused. Azure natural's most prominate color in it's range is a cobalt blue hue. It will make from cyan to ultramarine blue but the cyan part is rare. Dick Blick has a cyan hue called Azure, and an ultramarine hue called Cobalt blue Dark but they really have no cobalt blue hue at all. Their Cobalt Blue Dark hue is a ultramarine blue RGB#19 and their Coblat Blue is ultramarine blue red/side. B5 across the top and 4 down looks like cobalt blue on my monitor but that's an RGB problem, in real life it has more magenta in it and a tint of ultramarine blue.
There is no true magenta hue in this set. 3down and 3 across is PV19, a red/side magenta.

Dick Blick pencil colors

Dick Blick color list.
1-White, 1A-Light Yellow, 1B-Cream, 1C-Yellow, 1D-Dark Yellow, 1E-Canary Yellow, 1F-Dark Orange
2-Light Orange, 2A-Orange Yellow, 2B-Naples Yellow, 2C-Cad Orange, 2D-Orange, 2E-Vermillion, 2F-Carmine Red
3-Scarlet Red, 3A-Cherry Red, 3B-Carmine, 3C-Beige, 3D-Pink, 3ERed Violet, 3F-Light Violet
4-Bordeaux Red, 4A-Permanent Violet, 4B-Violet, 4C-Windsor Violet, 4D-Blue Violet, 4E-Delft Blue, 4F-Ice Blue
5-Sky blue, 5A-Azure Blue, 5B-Light Blue, 5C-Mountain Blue, 5D-Phthalo Blue, 5E-Indigo Blue, 5F-Cobalt Blue Dark
6-Dark Blue, 6A-Cobalt Blue, 6B-Permanent Blue, 6C-Prussian Blue, 6D-Pea Green, 6E-Bice Green, 6F-May Green
7-Light Green, 7A-Apple Green, 7B-Olive Green Light, 7C-Dark Olive Green, 7D-Dark Grass Green, 7E-Grass Green, 7F-Emerald Green
8-Sap Green, 8A-Dark Green, 8B-Blue Green, 8C-Gold, 8D-Gold Ocher, 8E-Dark Ocher, 8FBurnt Ocher
9-Indian Red, 9A-Light Brown, 9B-Terracotta, 9C-Brown, 9D-Raw Umber, 9E-Burnt umber, 9F-Dark Brown
10-Silver, 10A-Light Gray, 10B-Gray, 10C-Steel Gray, 10D-Medium Gray, 10E-Slate Gray, 10F-Cold Gray
11-Dark Gray, 11A-Black


Pigment and Color Numbers for all other media.

RCW#1.00.1 Light Chrome Yellow Light, Lead Chromate, PY-34
RCW#1.00.1 Light, Yellow Light Hansa, Arylamide, PY3, Translucent
RCW#1.00.2, Nickel Titanate Yellow PY53
RCW#1.00.3, Hansa Yellow, Monoazo Yellow, PY-74, Translucent
RCW#1.0.1, Cadmium Zinc Sulfide, PY35, Opaque
RCW#1.0.2, Cadmium Lemon, PY35, Opaque
RCW#1.0.3, Bismuth Yellow PY184
RCW#1.0.5, Aureolin, Potassium Cobaltinitrite, PY40, Translucent
RCW#1.2, New Gamboge, Indian Yellow, Anthrapyrimidine PY108, Translucent.
RCW#1.4, Wm Gold ocher - Azo Yellow, Monoazo Yellow, PY-151, Translucent
RCW#1.6, Indian Yellow-Brown Lake Extra, Dioxine Nickel Complex, Synthetic Iron Oxide, PY153 or PY150, PY42, transparent.
RCW#1.6.1, Indian Yellow Gr/s, Nickel Chelated Azo PG10F, transparent.
RCW#1.6.5, Indian Yellow-Orange Lake Extra, Dioxine Nickel Complex, Isoindoline, PY153 or PY150, PR260, Transparent
RCW#1.8, Raw Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, PY42, Translucent
RCW#1.10, Burnt Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, Translucent

RCW#2.00, Naples Yellow, Titanium Dioxide, Rutile-Nickel-Tin-Titanium, Chromium-Antimony-Titanium Yellow PW6, PY53, PBr24, Opaque
RCW#2.0, Chrome Yellow Orange Lead Chromate, PY34, Opaque
RCW#2.4, Yellow Ochre, Natural Hydrated Iron Oxide, PY43
RCW#2.10, Burnt Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, Translucent

RCW#3.00, Naples Yellow Deep, Lead Antimonate, PY41, Opaque
RCW#3.0, Cadmium Yellow Deep, Opaque
RCW#3.3, Raw Siena, Natural Iron Oxide, PBr7, Opaque
RCW#3.4, Italian Deep yellow Ocher R/s, Opaque
RCW#3.6, Quinacridone Deep Gold PO48, Transparent
RCW#3.7, Brown Oxide PR101, Transparent
RCW#3.10, Burnt Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, Translucent

RCW#4.0.4, Benzimidazolone Orange, Benzimidazolone, PO62, Transparent
RCW#4.0.5, Cadmium Orange, Cadmium Sulfo-Selenide, PO20, Opaque
RCW#4.6, Burnt Sienna PBr7, Translucent
RCW#4.10, Burnt Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, Translucent

RCW#5.7, Italian burnt Sienna PBr7, Translucent
RCW#5.10, Burnt Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, Translucent

RCW#6, Chinese Vermilion, Mercury Sulfide, Translucent
RCW#6 Vermilion Extra, Isoindolindon, PR260, Translucent
RCW#6.10, Burnt Umber Brown, Natural Earth, Hydrated Iron Oxide, PBr7, Translucent

RCW#7.0.5 Thioindagoid Red PR88, Opaque
RCW#7.0.5 Cadmium Red Light Red PR108
RCW#7.6, Light Red Oxide - Venetian Red Warm, Synthetic Iron Oxide, PR101, Opaque

RCW#8.0, Irgazine Red PR254, Opaque

RCW#10.00, Light Portrait Pink, Naphthol Red AS-D, Titanium White, Diarylide Yellow, PR122, PW6, PY83, Opaque
RCW#10.0, Naphthol Crimson, Naphthol AS, PR170, Translucent

RCW#12.00, Light Magenta, Naphthol AS, Quinacridone Violet, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, PR188, PR122, PW6, Opaque
RCW#12.0, Permanent Rose, Quinacridone, PV19, Transparent, Top-tone
RCW#12.5, Permanent Rose, Quinacridone, PV19, Transparent, Mass-tone
RCW#13.0, Quinacridone Magenta, PR122, Transparent Magenta, Top-tone
RCW#13.6, Quinacridone Magenta, PR122, Transparent Magenta, Mass-tone
RCW#14.00, Cobalt Violet, PV49, Opaque Cool Magenta
RCW#14.0, Cobalt Violet, Cobalt Phosphate, PV14, Transparent Cool Magenta, Top-tone
RCW#14.6, Cobalt Violet, Cobalt Phosphate, PV14, Transparent Cool Magenta, Mass-tone

RCW#15.0, Manganese Violet PV23 R/s, Top-tone, Transparent
RCW#15.6, Manganese Violet PV23 R/s, Mass-tone, Transparent

RCW#16.0, Dioxazine Purple, Carbazole Dioxazine, PV23, Top-tone, Transparent
RCW#16.6, Dioxazine Purple, Carbazole Dioxazine, PV23, Mass-tone, Transparent

RCW#18.0, Ultramarine Violet, Alumosilicate of Sodium, PV15, Top-tone, Transparent
RCW#18.6, Ultramarine Violet, Alumosilicate of Sodium, PV15, Mass-tone, Transparent

RCW#19.00.1, King's Blue Deep, Tint, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide Rutile, Synthetic Ultramarine PB29, PW4, PW6, PB29, Opaque
RCW#19.00.5, Light Blue Violet, Ultramarine Blue, Titanium Dioxide, PB29, PW6, Opaque
RCW#19.0.5, French Ultramarine Blue PB29, Translucent
RCW#19.2.5, Ultramarine Blue Light PB29, Translucent
RCW#19.3.5, Ultramarine Blue Deep PB29, Complex Silicate of Sodium and Aluminum with Sulfur, Translucent

RCW#22.0, Cobalt Blue PB28, Oxides of Cobalt and Aluminum, Opaque

RCW#25.0, Cerulean Blue PB-36, Oxides of Cobalt and Chromium Opaque Phthalo Blue, Phthalo Blue, PB15.3-4, Opaque
RCW#25.0, Thalo Blue - Phthalo Blue - Manganese Blue hue, Cyan PB15.3-4, Pathalocyanine, Top-tone
RCW#25.6, Thalo Blue - Phthalo Blue - Manganese Blue hue, Cyan PB15.3-4, Pathalocyanine, Mass-tone

RCW#27.0, Phthalo Turquoise PB15.3-4 + PG36, Pathalocyanine, Top-tone
RCW#27.6, Phthalo Turquoise PB15.3-4 + PG36, Pathalocyanine, Mass-tone

RCW#28.3, Bright Aqua Green, Phthalocyanine Green, Phthalocyanine Blue, Titanium Dioxide, PG7, PB15, PW6, Opaque

RCW#29.3, Opaque Green Light, Phthalocyanine Green, Monoazo Yellow, Cobalt-Titanium-Nickel-Zinc-Aluminum-Oxide

RCW#31.0.1, Phthalo Green, Y/S, Brominated Chlorinated Phthalocyanine, PG36, Translucent
RCW#31.0.5, Tint, Emerald Green, Brominated Copper Phthalocyanine, Titanium Dioxide, PG36, PW6, Opaque
RCW#31.0.9, Phthalo Green, Phthalocyanine Green, PG7, Transparent

RCW#33.3, Permanent Green Light, PG-7, PY-3, Phthalo Green + Monoazo Yellow, Opaque
RCW#33.6, Hooker's Green Permanent PG36 + PY3 + PO49, Transparent

RCW#34.6, Chrome Oxide Green, PG-17, Chrome Oxide, Opaque

RCW#35.0, Yellow Green Organic, Opaque
RCW#35.0.6, Sap Green PY73, PG7, PR101, Arylamide Yellow GX, Phthalocyanine Green, Red Oxide, Opaque
RCW#36, Priderit Yellow PY157, Yellow-green, Opaque
RCW#36, Thalo Yellow Green PG7 + PY3 + PW4, Chlorinated Copper Phthalocyanine, Arylide Yellow 10G, Zinc Oxide, Opaque
RCW#36.3, Green Gold, Nickel Chelated Azo, PG10, Translucent
RCW#36.6, Indian Yellow-Green Extra, Dioxine Nickel Complex, Methin Copper Complex, PY153, PY129, Transparent
RCW#36.6, Green Gold, PY129, Azomethine Copper Complex, Transparent
RCW#36.6, Irgazine green PY129, Translucent
RCW#36.10, Green Umber, Translucent


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