Many watercolor painters start out with plastic palettes, which can be flimsy and are bad for the environment. A porcelain palette can upgrade your painting process. Not only does porcelain look and feel more attractive, but it can also improve the performance of your paints. Spread on plastic, watercolors tend to bead, separating into annoying pools. On smooth porcelain, pigments stick together for easier mixing. Cleaning a porcelain palette is also much easier—all you need is warm water and a sponge—and the surface won’t stain as plastic does. Once you try painting with a porcelain palette, you’ll probably leave plastic behind for good.
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