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Jacquard Products JAC5800 Neopaque Acrylic Paint (8 Pack), 2.25 oz, Assorted
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- Eight 2.25oz bottles of paint in Assorted colors
- Use on all surfaces including Wood canvas paper and fabric
- The product is easy to use
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Jacquard products-neopaque acrylic paint. These paints are light body opaque acrylics that can be painted screened stenciled marbled and stamped. Use them on all surfaces including wood canvas paper and fabric. This package contains eight 2.25Oz bottles of paint in Assorted colors. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Made in USA.
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This color selection is awesome! Bright, rich, vibrant colors practically jump off the fabric, capturing your visual interest with bold ferocity. This color group is not for the faint of heart - that said, it is extremely easy to mix Neopaques together (and with other Jacquard mediums), providing a virtually endless realm for your creative pursuits. It is possible to create the impossible with these - you simply won't run across the issues common with other acrylic paints. These can be used on anything, too - I don't restrict them to fabric only. They are amazing on all sorts of substrates - the best way to determine which ones is to just jump in with both feet.
These are thicker than cheap acrylic craft paint - I think they are more comparable to soft body Liquitex paints. If you are familiar with the Lumiere line, these are very similar, but do not have the shimmer. I would say Lumiere are pearlescent (paint with Pearl Ex or mica) and these are very pigmented, heavy-coverage paint. These are my go-to's when I need to cover something - they are great for opaque layering. You can mix these with their extender, with matte gel (or gloss if you prefer), or any other medium to lighten them. If you want to provide a wash of color these need quite a bit of another medium to balance the color. In my opinion, Jacquard paints are some of the most deeply pigmented paints on the market. Every single time I pull these out and open the jars I am struck by their low cost versus high quality.
If you have any questions about these I am happy to try to answer them. Even though I sound like a paid spokesperson for Jacquard, I'm not. I just love their products and enjoy sharing any tips I've picked up with other artists. (I do not teach and am not affiliated with any craft company...it's just me, myself, and I. And occasionally a few other voices.) No matter what you are trying to do, you can't go wrong with Jacquard paints. These are amazing "regular" acrylic paints - meaning there aren't any special "effects" added. I love the astounding coverage. If you are looking to mix things up and want a different effect, I highly recommend Lumiere. I also really like their Dye-Na-Flow. Use the Dye-Na-Flow if you want the outcome to resemble dye more than paint. I have all their paints (including Lumiere 3D and a couple of the marbling paints) and I love how dependable they are. I can't say enough about these...in case you can't tell.
Bottom Line: Only get these if you are looking for awesome paint at great prices. I am warning you now: you are likely to become addicted to these incredible pots of color. I don't have any information to offer on recovery groups for (what is likely to become) your new addiction, but I can suggest you do what I do...open the pots, get swept up in their color and consistency, and paint like a mad woman (or man if that fits you better). Even if you feel you "can't" paint - who cares?! Gliding these beauties on natural or synthetic fabrics, polymer clay, wood, plastic and rubber, even paper, will sweep you away in the crazy comforting creative zone. The vividly rich color and magnificently creamy consistency will have you searching for things to paint in no time! What are you waiting for? Seriously...ADD to basket...NOW!