Further info will be added to the lightfast testing and art supply review section. This includes any other videos I've made about this company, still images of example art, a collection of color charts, along with fugitive fading results. I share my experience on hundreds of pigment and dye ingredients from dozens of painting, drawing and craft supply manufacturers.
If you would like to buy any of the supplies I used in this video, the Amazon links are below. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. I've also included links to the waterproof inks, pens, brushes and papers I use in all of my reviews. For watercolor, gouache or ink painting, I use small round brushes by Princeton. Heritage series is ideal for a sharp point, small details and snap. Their Neptune series is a synthetic imitation squirrel hair, which is a very soft brush with an amazing ability to hold a lot of water for washes.
Happy painting :)
Kimberly Crick - July 31, 2020
Cambray – To skip to the results of the lightfast test (instead of watching the intro comparison going over the colors they share side by side to verify that they are the same paints with alternate names) check minute 8:11 to 9:01. That is where I show which colors are fugitive and which set contains more problematic colors.
There is also a still-image version of the results if you follow the link below the video to the lightfast testing and art supply reviews by brand page. https://www.kimcrick.com/pages/white-nights-watercolor-lightfast-test-art-supply-review-color-chart-st-petersburg
Cambray Dooley - June 28, 2020
You never said if either set was light-fast, just that they have opposite rating scales. Not what the video was about according to the title