Interference colors, previously only available in heavy body consistency, are now available in a fluid viscosity. Four unique pigments and six popular interference colors from the heavy body line further enhance the extensive color selection of this fine art product category. These versatile colors mix easily with GOLDEN fluids, heavy body, gels, and mediums, allowing for new color mixing and creative special effects. You will want to see our new Fluid Interference Colors for yourself. Call or e-mail us for your free hand painted color chart today.
The colors are:
Interference Blue (Fine)
Interference Gold (Fine)
Interference Green (Fine),
Interference Orange (Fine)
Interference Oxide Green (Blue Shade)
Interference Oxide Green (Yellow Shade)
Interference Oxide Red
Interference Oxide Violet
Interference Red (Fine)
Interference Violet (Fine)
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What does the C.T. stand for on some of the interference lables?
The “C.T” stands for “Color Travel”. It refers to a specific type of interference pigment that allows multiple colors to be reflected at different viewing angles.Here is more information on our Iridescent and Interference colors:
Iridescent Colors and Interference Colors: https://www.goldenpaints.com/products/colors/interference-iridescent-colors
Product Information – Iridescent and Interference Colors: https://www.goldenpaints.com/technicalinfo/technicalinfo_iridint
Layering and Mixing with Iridescent and Interference Acrylic Paints: https://justpaint.org/layering-and-mixing-with-iridescent-and-interference-acrylic-paints/
Thank you for taking the time to respond. I am intrigued and frustrated with the interference colors, as they don’t follow traditional painting “rules”. My experiment is to use a clear plastiic that I reshape to create an undulating surface (throwback to my years as a sculptor). Can you provide some advice regarding the using the interference/iridescent colors to their greatest advantage on that type of surface?
I noticed this question didn’t get an answer yet, so please allow me to interject. The Interference colors can be dramatic over dark colors, and more subtle over lighter, more transparent ones. With clear plastic, it would be subdued, but at certain viewing and lighting angles, it would pop and accentuate the dimensions. You also have the option to spray apply these colors with our Airbrush Medium or High Flow Medium and lay down the paints without brush strokes. Contact us at email@example.com if you’d like to delve a bit deeper! – Mike Townsend