A variety of acrylics satin finish

 

When it comes to dimensional work nothing beats Studio High Viscosity acrylic paint, with its thick consistency and satin finish, it retains brush or spatula marks. Studio Fluid Acrylic, which is fluid with a satin finish, is suitable for detailed work. Applied with a brush, it can be used for fine, regular lines, glaze effects and watercolour effects. It is guaranteed free of environmentally harmful heavy metals.

Produit
Studio Acrylics 250ml tubes 50 colours

From now on Studio Acrylics range offers 50 colours in 250ml tubes

Studio Acrylics Auxiliaries Discovery kit

Studio Acrylics Auxiliaries Discovery kit: Bindex, Black Studio Gesso, Modelling Paste, White sand textured gel, phosphorescent gel 

New packaging for Studio High Viscosity Acrylics

New packaging for Studio High Viscosity Acrylics in 500 ml! A PET jar and a partly transparent label to better visualize the true colour of the paint. A new "flip-top" cap for a more precise dosage on the pallet, or for using directly on the surface. All of this while still having the option of unscrewing the cap to benefit from a wider opening.

Studio High Viscosity 100 ml

Studio Acrylics High Viscosity in 100 ml tubes is available in 62 colours of which 5 Metallic, 7 Dyna, and 4 Fluo colours.

Studio High Viscosity 250 ml

Studio Acrylics High Viscosity in 250 ml tubes is available in 50 colours.

Studio High Viscosity 500 ml

Studio Acrylics High Viscosity in 500 ml jars is available in 25 colours of which 5 Metallic colours.

Studio Fluid 1 litre

Studio Acrylics Fluid in 1 litre jars is available in 10 colours.

Sets Studio Acrylics 30 tubes

Studio Acrylics is also available in packs and sets : 30 X 20ml tubes

studio acrylics 20 tubes 20ml pack

Studio Acrylics also comes in a pack of 20 tubes 20ml

pack studio acrylics 10 tubes 20ml

Studio Acrylics existe aussi en packs et étuis : 10 tubes 20ml

studio acrylics 40 tubes 20ml pack

Studio Acrylics comes also in packs : 40 tubes 20ml

Studio Acrylics in cases

Studio Acrylics is also available in cases: Wood case, Bamboo case and Easel case.

Propriétés

Colours:

bright colours and deep, richly pigmented, satin matt finish, very good lightfastness. Very adherent and indelible once dry, suitable for most surfaces. Can be mixed together. Resistant film and flexible to movement.

Brush cleaning:

water.

Surfaces:

canvas, cardboard, wood, metal ...

Drying time:

touch dry between 30 minutes to 1 hour, thoroughly between 1-8 days depending on thickness.

DYNA:

Studio Acrylics "Dyna" colours are obtained from pigments which render effects generally referred to as "pearlescent" effects.

The principle behind this is that these pigments are composed fomr layers of different materials, each having their own refractive index.

The base of such pigments often consists of mica, silicon dioxide or aluminium oxide onto which successive layers of other material are deposited. Titanium dioxide is often found here.

The effect provided by these pigments is achieved by a play of reflections/successive transmissions.  The layers having each their own refractive index will each transmit a different portion of light and reflect another. They will consequently react by decomposing and recomposing incident light depending on their composition. 

Application

Studio Acrylics is available in two viscosities to meet the requirements of modern artistic expression.

  • The High Viscosity Studio Acrylics has a thick consistency particularly suited to work in dimension. It still holds the strokes of the brush or spatula and when used pure or with acrylic mediums or Studio auxiliaries, it will still allow for expanding the creative possibilities.
  • The Fluid Studio Acrylics is an acrylic liquid consistency recommended for application with a brush, especially for fine and regular brush strokes. Used pure or with acrylic mediums or Studio auxiliaries, it allows to obtain glazes and watercolour effects.
  • In the end, the colours perceived, when observing an artwork displaying Studio Acrylics Dyna colours, will strongly depend on the type of effect pigment contained in the colours used, of the associations with classic pigments, but also of the nature of the incident light and of the angle from which the artwork is observed.