There are 26 colours in this range - a smaller number than in most watercolour ranges but that makes sense. I use a much smaller range of colours in gouache than I do in watercolour as I consider gouache to be an opaque medium so I am not looking for transparent or granulating colours.
It's a workable basic set, though I'd switch in a cool red and a cool blue rather than the Cobalt Blue and the four pigment Burnt Umber. I think I'd also use a Raw Sienna more than Flesh Tint. Many of the colours have a slightly chalky look to them. I assume chalk has been added, as is traditional for gouache, but I may be wrong.
The full range can be seen here and below.
|Renesans Gouache - Titanium White, Chrome Yellow Deep, Scarlet Vermilion (Hue), Cobalt Blue.|
|Renesans Gouache - Ultramarine, Bright Green, Emerald Green (Hue), Yellow Ochre.|
I would rather see a single pigment Burnt Sienna and Burnt Umber but they are not opaque pigments...
|Renesans Gouache - Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber, Ivory Black, Flesh Tint.|