AV Liquid Acrylic Colour Chart:
AV Liquid Acrylic Safety Data Sheet
AV Vallejo Liquid Acrylic colours are highly concentrated, fluid colours for fine arts, manufactured with a high content of permanent fine arts pigments and an especially resistant, 100% acrylic resin. The colours are very vivid and contain no additives; they dry matte, to an opaque or transparent finish, according to the nature of the pigment. Once dry, they are waterproof, and allow the application of various layers of colour to achieve extraordinary depth of tone.
Originally formulated for use with airbrush, the pigments are ground very finely so that they will not clog the airbrush valves; this formula gives the colours a special brilliance and luminosity. When used directly on porous sur faces, like wood or untreated canvas, Liquid Acrylic will penetrate and stain the surface, drying very quickly to a matte finish. On a nonabsorbent ground, colours dry more slowly, and can be brushed and blended at will.
Liquid Acrylic is used as and acrylic ink and permanent watercolour; the fine pigment dispersion and fluid consistency of the colours make them ideal for the painting of very small details in miniatures as well as for layering, glazing of large surfaces and murals. The colours, including the metallics, can all be mixed with one another and with the heavy body acrylics, with high density gels and textures, and with all acrylic mediums to obtain a great variety of transparencies and consistencies. Liquid Acrylic is most frequently used on paper, canvas, and wood, but also adheres very well to difficult surfaces like metal, plastics and glass. The colours are applied with brush, pen, airbrush, roller, etc. The range contains a thinner, especially developed for airbrushing, but also very suitable for extending the colours for washes or glazes on large surfaces or murals.