Yep! Lunar Earth is aptly named. It is and earthy version of Lunar Black in the way it separates and granulates. This transparent Burnt Sienna look alike is non-staining and lightfast. Daniel Smith suggests working Lunar Earth into a wet Lunar black wash and experimenting with that, I can see why. This is a landscaper painters dream pigment.
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