Artist's Loft® Acrylic Paint, 4 oz.

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Whether you're a novice or simply haven't picked up a paintbrush in some time, get a proper introduction to painting with this quality acrylic paint. Available in a spectrum of colors at an affordable price, this paint is fast drying, water based and extremely versatile. It's ideal for use with many painting techniques on a variety of surfaces, including stretched canvas, wood and metal, so grab a few of your favorite hues and shades and start creating wonderful, colorful masterpieces today.
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple colors
  • 4.06 fl. oz. (120 ml)
  • Academic level 1
  • Water-based acrylic
Whether you're a novice or simply haven't picked up a paintbrush in some time, get a proper introduction to painting with this quality acrylic paint. Available in a spectrum of colors at an affordable price, this paint is fast drying, water based and extremely versatile. It's ideal for use with many painting techniques on a variety of surfaces, including stretched canvas, wood and metal, so grab a few of your favorite hues and shades and start creating wonderful, colorful masterpieces today.
 
Details:
  • Available in multiple colors
  • 4.06 fl. oz. (120 ml)
  • Academic level 1
  • Water-based acrylic

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  • Brilliant Blue

    #001AD9

  • Phthalo Blue

    #0031AD

  • Ultramarine

    #0043FA

  • Deep Green

    #008754

  • Turquoise

    #009180

  • Emerald Green

    #009440

  • Ivory/Black

    #050403

  • Phthalo Green

    #143319

  • Cerulean Blue

    #1C91FF

  • Violet

    #2600AB

  • Light Green

    #4FFF00

  • Sap Green

    #52BA00

  • Raw Umber

    #594A2D

  • Burnt Umber

    #5C2C00

  • Grey

    #636363

  • Red Ochre

    #662400

  • Aqua Green

    #82FFB8

  • Light Violet

    #8CB5FF

  • Magenta

    #910099

  • Burnt Sienna

    #A52B04

  • Yellow Ochre Deep

    #AB6100

  • Light Blue

    #ADD8E6

  • Deep Red

    #B50043

  • Green/Yellow

    #CCFF8F

  • Brilliant Magenta

    #D400B8

  • Crimson

    #DE004B

  • Parchment

    #E6E1D3

  • Red

    #F50002

  • Neon Pink

    #FA0F96

  • Lite Magenta

    #FC5EFF

  • Vermillion

    #FF401A

  • Orange

    #FF7800

  • Yellow Ochre

    #FFA626

  • Portrait Pink

    #FFB08F

  • Deep Yellow

    #FFB517

  • Naples Yellow

    #FFB83D

  • Bright Yellow

    #FFC20F

  • Unbleached Titanium White

    #FFFAD9

  • Lemon Yellow

    #FFFC0D

  • Titanium White

    #FFFFFF

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Artist's Loft® Acrylic Paint, 4 oz. 2.5 5 2 2
Great for occasional painters I saw what the previous reviewer wrote about mixing the primaries and coming up with grey. I recently learned about the pigment makeup of acrylic paints. If the pigment on either the red or blue (not sure which particular color names the other reviewer bought) have PBK, PY, or PG, then you will come up with grey or brown. PBK is black pigment that darkens the desired color, PY is yellow, and PG is green. The tube will list its pigments like this (sample from a tube of Artist's Loft Grey): Pigment: PW6, PBK11, PY3. This means the paint contains level 6 of white pigment (not sure the technical term for "level"), level 11 of black pigment, and level 3 of yellow pigment. It's surprising to me to find Yellow pigment in a grey paint, but that's what they did in this case to make a pleasing color. When choosing primaries for mixing, check the back of the tube and verify its pigments. For red, you always want PR and no other pigment (except PW white). For blue, you always want PB and no other pigment (except PW white). For yellow, you always want PY and no other pigment (except PW white). Hue and Chroma may also have something to do with it, but I haven't taken time to decipher their meaning yet. As an engineer who never was into painting before, I was shocked to find out how technical paints really are. December 17, 2014
Not what I expected and not recommended I recently bought the primary colors in these paints and was extremely upset when I went to mix blue and red and only got shades of gray and black. I don't understand why the paint is doing this. Am I doing something wrong with mixing the colors because I've never used acrylic paint that wouldn't make purple. December 6, 2014
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