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Fall Into Color Paints and Inks to Explore and Enjoy

Fall Into Color Paints and Inks to Explore and Enjoy



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Every Color Is Yours to Explore With These Fall Products

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Cozy up for a bit of quality creative time in the studio with these fall products. If you are looking for inspiration, look no further than your color palette. There’s pretty much nothing that gets us at our expressive best than vibrant, luscious color. And these paints and inks pretty much assure that you always find the right color you need to express yourself this season!

UTRECHT CADMIUM-FREE ARTISTS’ OIL COLORS

Get more of what you love and less of what you don’t. Utrecht’s new line of cadmium-free oils delivers improved color richness, increased brilliance and balanced color spacing when compared to cadmium colors—and they’re safe for artists and the environment.

FW ACRYLIC ARTISTS INK

Be careful of where you display or work with colored inks—many aren’t lightfast! FW’s are both lightfast and permanent because they are made with real pigment.

FW Artists’ Ink is a pigmented, water-resistant fluid acrylic in a range of 45 colors and 22 pearlescent colors. A high degree of lightfastness over a large range of fully intermixable colors makes them ideal for use by artists.

Colors can also be diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones, very similar in character to watercolor. FW fluid acrylic will dry to a water-resistant film on virtually all surfaces and successive layers can be laid over.

FW works best with the new FW Mixed Media Markers in various sizes and assorted tips, as well as with traditional brushes, airbrushes, dip pens and other technical pens.

Explore these fall products now and check out even more pen and ink art hacks here!

LUKAS CRYL LIQUID ACRYLICS

LUKAS CRYL Liquid Acrylics are perfect for the artist looking for watercolor effects with permanence, fluid brushstrokes with excellent coverage, or just an all-around versatile master-quality acrylic that will stand the test of time!

· 48 color range in convenient 250ml bottles
· Fluid consistency for fine glazing or watercolor techniques
· High pigment concentration ensures vibrant and brilliant colors
· Non-yellowing aging consistency

Excellent lightfastness and non-yellowing aging consistency are guaranteed by highest quality pigments and binders. No color has a lower lightfastness than 6-7 on the international standardized 8-step wool scale. So that years from now the colors will shine just like they do today.

WINSOR NEWTON DRAWING INK COLLECTION

This set contains six fast-drying, water-resistant, transparent inks. Dilute them with water for delicate washes, mix them for a variety of colors, or use them straight from the bottle for vivid tones. Also included are a wooden pen handle, five nibs and a smooth cartridge-paper pad.

LIQUITEX PROFESSIONAL ACRYLIC INK

Unlike regular inks, these ultrafluid acrylic inks are made with finely milled pigments instead of dyes. And like all acrylics, they dry quickly and permanently— and won’t move or bleed when rewetted or layered. You get intense, pure, lightfast liquid color in a range of opacities with these ultra-fluid acrylic inks made with artist-quality pigments.

RICHESON OILS

In 2018, eleven new colors were added to the Richeson Oils line, including new
earthy tones, stunning blues and brilliant lights. Richeson Oils are professional-
quality oil paints made in Wisconsin. These buttery, rich colors are mixed in small
batches to guarantee quality control and consistency. Your new go-to colors
include: Cobalt Teal, King#39;s Blue, Indanthrene Blue, Transparent Orange Oxide, Pyrrole Orange, Nickel Titanate, Brilliant Green Light, Brilliant Pink Light, Brilliant Violet Light, Cobalt Green, and Cobalt Green Deep. Try these featured fall products now!


Watch the video: Lucky #7: An alcohol ink tutorial (August 2022).