Tri-Art : Liquid Acrylic : Essential Set No 1 : 6x60ml

ATRLSE1

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RRP £50.50

Price £35.00

Finest quality Liquid Acrylics are Tri-Art's signature line. A self-leveling, high performance fluid paint, Tri-Art Liquid allow the artist to use acrylics for limitless techniques and styles without sacrificing colour strength or permanence. Only the highest quality pigments, selected for purity and lightfastness, are used. All Tri-Art acrylics are manufactured with 100% pure acrylic emulsion with no fillers or extenders to achieve the maximum pigment concentration. Stable Liquid colours will not separate or settle in the jar and can be readily mixed with other Tri-Art acrylics, mediums or water. The paint film dries to a flexible, resistant finish, making Tri-Art Liquid the ultimate choice for fine detail, staining, glazing, and painting on fabric. 

The set includes 6 x 60ml bottles in the following colours:

  • Green Gold 
  • Indian Yellow 
  • Phthalo Blue GS 
  • Quinacridone Magenta 
  • Transp. Perm. Orange 
  • Trans. Pyrrole Red

Also included in the set is a 120ml Polymer Medium

Tri-Art Polymer Medium is in essence, Tri-Art Liquid Paint without pigment. Ideal for extending colours for smooth applications. It will thin thick-format acrylic paint and increase the flow of colours – perfect for fine detail work. It is extremely adhesive and can be used in collage and craft applications such as decoupage. Made with 100% acrylic emulsion, Polymer Medium will maintain brush strokes and light textures and will dry to a water resistant, flexible film. Polymer Mediums can be added to resoluble water- based paints such as watercolours and gouache to increase water resistance, flexibility and permanance.

View PDF Liquid Acrylic Material Safety Data Sheet

View PDF Polymer Medium Gloss Safety Data Sheet

SKU ATRLSE1
Weight 0.7120
To use with Acrylic
Sets & Packs Set
Review by Feefo
Rating
For any acryllic enthusiest this is a essential part of the learning curve. First you should read THE New Acrylics byRHENI TAUCHID and the follow up book, New Acrylic Essential Sourcebook, which has in depth knowledge on Liquid Acrylics. (Posted on 26/12/2015)

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