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This easy-to-clean, pie-pan shaped cup has brush rests. It's great for mixing tempera.
It measures 3-1/2" in diameter and 1-1/8" in depth.
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These are super handy.
from Phoenix AZ
Comments about Plastic Water Cup:
These little cups are great for a number of uses. Watercolor wash, mixing of paints, holding small parts for mixed media or journal making, etc.They stack nicely so they don't take up much room.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Several of these are a necessity for any studio.
These are nice to have around even if you normally use alternative containers like old food containers because you can use them with solvent based media as well as water based media without worrying about whether they will dissolve. If you are working on large watercolors, these are a necessity for mixing big batches of paint.
from Orem, UT
I used these as part of a costume piece and they work great! They're fairly easy to cut and still durable. Only problem was shipping was kind of pricy and it took them forever to get here, but that wasn't more FedEx's fault than DickBlick's fault.
Bought to use as paste pot in classes I'm currently teaching and they are "da bomb!" Great price and reusable.
Smaller than I thought
from Walla Walla, WA
The plastic cup was great quality I just didn't realize how small it would be. I was going to use it for my students water dish so they could wash their brushes while they paint but it's way to small for that but we will still be able to use them for watercolor. Just make sure to check the size before purchasing!
from Comanche, TX
They are sturdy and easy to mix paint in. The paint easily comes off.
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Great little painting cups!
By Nancy Pingree Hoover
from Midway, Texas
These little cups are perfect for holding your paint in while you paint. I had five different cups out while painting, each holding a different color. They have more room for mixing than a typical palette and they are SO easy to clean. Even dried paint came off easily without having to dig and scratch it off. The plastic is a nice hard, sturdy plastic, not the thin, flexible kind so many of us know and hate. The cups are not huge, 3" diameter at the mouth and almost 2" at the base, but plenty big enough for me. However, I do work on small projects, nonetheless, what can you lose by trying them? For the price, you can't beat it! These are fantastic! I originally purchased nine. After using them, I came back to buy fifteen more! Love them and you can't beat bargain!!!
Plastic water cups
By Evie the Artist
from Pleasantville, New York
These water cups work well for water and using acrylic paints.Don't have to worry about paint hardening on the cups and having them disposed. Nice that they can be reusable and are made from a nice quality plastic.
I would buy this product again and again
from Austin, TX
Perfect size and shape
Excellent value for a very useful product!
from Gilbert, AZ
I am an elementary art teacher and use these all the time when painting with my students. They are sturdy, clean easily, and can be used for a variety of purposes. I've used them for water colors, for holding pastels, for portioning out art supplies, and for acrylics. This is the second time I've purchased them, and I'll definitely come back for more if I need extra!
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