Made in Australia these paints are claimed to be made from all lightfast pigments. They come in 10 ml tubes with a good selection of colours; unfortunately I think mine were part of a clearance sale.
The first thing I noticed was an inconsistency with the texture of the paints. Some were quite runny whilst others were really gloopy and took some getting out of the tubes.
Another issue I found was that they seemed to dry really quick in the pans with some of the paints cracking up like parched earth.
On a positive note the dry paints seemed to lift OK after they had been wet.
.Rather than doing swatches I decided to go straight into a small painting. A river scene from a photo by my pal Jayne Revell artist.
I did this painting on Hahnemühle bamboo mixed media paper. This is not the easiest paper to use with watercolours.
Generally speaking the paint went down well onto the wet paper. Although I did find some hard edges forming where different blues came into contact; this might have been down to the nature of the paper.
The pigments in the paints seem quite strong so care must be taken if applying the paint straight to the paper. The paint flowed nicely but didn't seem to bloom like some other brands of paint. It also seemed to be nice and transparent and layered quite nicely.
This paint might have a few issues but the final results are really nice. Just one other gripe was that some of the lids on the tubes broke too easily. Having said that they are well worth a try; there are a few bargains on Amazon at the moment.