Golden High Flow Acrylic, Assorted 10 Color Set
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- Set of ten- 1 oz bottles
- Compatible with Golden Acrylics and Mediums
- Works in virtually any artist tool
- Lightfastness ranked on each bottle
- Made in the USA
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Golden Acrylic High Flow inks provide unstoppable color that can go from brush to marker or from fountain pen to airbrush, and beyond. Perfect for Acrylic Artists that want fine line detail, staining effects and leveling colors, as well as Calligraphers, Mixed Media Artists, and Airbrush artists. High Flow Acrylics work great in refillable tools and are incredibly flexible. Set contains 10 colors in 1 oz bottles. Burnt Sienna, Carbon Black, Quinacridone Magenta, Hansa Yellow Med, Quin/Nickel Azo Gold, Naphthol Red Light, Phthalo Blue, Phthalo Green, Ultra Blue & Titanium White.
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The absolute best way to use these High Flow paints, for me, anyway, is as a thinning medium with heavy body paints. Just tiny bit on the pile on the palette makes the heavy body paint much easier to apply with a brush, and using the High Flow doesn't thin out the pigment load - it actually increases it! A bit of titanium white High Flow mixed with the heavy body paint really does give the paint on the canvas more opacity.
My only complaint with this product is that I don't seem to have enough time to use all the hues as fast as I want. But that's my problem, not the paints'.