Balancing Acrylic Paints for Marbling

Michael Townsend What is Marbling? “Marbling” is the time-honored artist technique where thinned paints are placed onto a thickened “bath” usually made from carrageenan or methylcellulose. The paints float on the surface of the bath and can be manipulated into beautiful and intricate designs, then printed onto paper, fabric, or

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SoFlat ist so flach!

Vorstellung der SoFlat Acrylfarben SoFlat ist unsere neueste Produktlinie, die als direkte Reaktion auf unsere täglichen Gespräche mit Künstlern entstanden ist, um den Wunsch nach einer matten, selbstglättenden und deckenden Farbe zu erfüllen. Flach im Glanz und flach in der Anwendung, sind diese Acrylfarben kraftvoll, intensiv, luxuriös, samtig und eine

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Etikett Änderungen an GOLDEN Acrylfarben-Linien

Januar 2021 haben wir einige Änderungen an den Etiketten aller unserer Acrylfarben (Heavy Body, Fluid, High Flow und OPEN) vorgenommen, um schnell und klar die Informationen bereitzustellen, die für Künstler am wichtigsten sind und um neuen gesetzlichen Bestimmungen zu entsprechen. Eine Umfrage unter mehr als 1.200 Künstlern ergab, dass echte

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SoFlat Matte Acrylfarben – Warum sie matter sind

Im Laufe der Jahre haben wir ein zunehmendes Interesse an matten Farben festgestellt, insbesondere an solchen, die dünn genug sind, um ein glattes Finish, ohne Pinselstriche, zu erzeugen. In der Vergangenheit hatten wir zwar schon einige matte Farben im Angebot, aber keine von ihnen entsprach wirklich den Leistungseigenschaften, die von

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SoFlat is So Flat!

Introducing SoFlat Acrylic Colors SoFlat is our newest product line created in direct response to the artists we speak with every day to fulfill the desire for a matte, leveling and opaque paint. Flat in sheen and flat in application, these acrylics are bold, intense, luxurious, velvety and a joy

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Painting in the Cold

In winter time we might find ourselves in situations where our studios have no heating, we want to finish a mural, spray varnish outdoors or actually paint en plein air. But when is it too cold to paint? The short answer first… The answer depends largely on the painting medium.

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Thank You to You, Our Customers

Let us first say, we hope that you, your families and your communities are staying healthy and safe. Like all of you, we have had to maneuver around the impacts of this pandemic and the unprecedented resulting effects over the last several months. We truly appreciate your continued support during

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Acrylics on Non-Porous Substrates

With the advent of new composite materials, artists today are able to take advantage of lightweight, dimensionally stable supports that offer a smoothness unattainable through traditional surface preparation. These “modern” substrates require little to no preparation, come in a variety of thicknesses and can range from transparent and glossy to matte

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Painting on Ceramics with Acrylics

  We often get asked “What is the best way to paint on ceramics with acrylic paint?”. The question is usually geared toward painting unglazed pottery, but also sometimes glazed ceramics. We do not recommend our products be used on anything that will touch food, hold liquid or go into

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