Transparent watercolors are a specific kind of watercolors that allow light to pass through the pigment particles on paper, giving the painting a transparent finish. It’s really fun to experiment with transparent watercolors, since you can test different combinations and different grades of opacity to meet completely different results. Today’s Spotlight is about illustrations of transparent watercolor palettes created using the colors of various art suppliers, such as Holbein and Kusakabe. They can be useful when using analog painting tools, but also when using transparent watercolor brushes while drawing digital illustrations. Take a look!