Part 15 is here.
As you can see, the Old Holland swatches did not seem to fare well. In each case, the binder appears to have yellowed (causing green with the cyan or blue pigments). It breaks my heart a little, because the pigments laid down beautifully and were just a marvelous hue.
As a side note, I can not recommend Dick Blick enough. As you can see, they replaced the worst offender, the Cobalt Blue Turquoise, in time for me to get a new swatch up PDQ. They were friendly and helpful the entire time, even in regards to a paint that cost an outrageous $2.67 a mL.
Abigail, or AEE Miller, loves the following: art, Halloween, her family, learning, and so much more!