Firstly. I've have noticed the PR206 pigment (Permanent Alizarin Crimson) used by W&N and which is part of the DMP recommended 'supply list' will be dropped in favor of PR179. Not sure if that has any ramifications for our users, and if Mark will recommend something else.
My question however is with regards to the ASTM pigment list. How in the world do people get to learn, experiment and understand each pigment AND remember their codes? I find it mind boggling. Is there some system or order which I don't understand? I've noticed some people only refer to the pigments used by their codes when describing their pallets. I'm sure over a couple of years one might 'get it', but I'm hoping for some structure which will make it easier for me today.
Lastly. Here is an interesting 'online mixer' I've found by Golden Artist Colors to learn their colors, but not really what I'm after. https://www.goldenpaints.com/mixer
Hope everyone has a good weekend!