The New Portable Painter Micro is just credit card size and one inch thick, yet it transforms in seconds to a fully self-contained watercolor system; with plenty of mixing wells, a convertible water container and room for up to six of your favorite colors.
It includes a sturdy, T-shaped finger grip on the base and a lanyard hole.
Why the Micro is sold without paint: Watercolor artists often use different color palette selections depending on the subject they plan to paint. For instance, in Hawaii, the palette may lean more towards vivid blues and greens, whereas in the desert southwest, earth-tones are more likely to be the colors of choice. The Portable Painter Micro includes six detachable half-pans so that artists can easily customize their color palette.