Color Opacity - Opaque
Colours: Bright, deep, richly pigmented, they can be mixed together and have a satin finish and very good lightfastness.
It is permanent after drying, and the film is strong and flexible to deformation.
Thinner: Water, but this results in a loss of consistency, or Bindex Gloss Studio Acrylics binder.
Cleaning the tools: With water before drying.
Drying: Away from dust, dry to the touch in 30 minutes to 1 hour and completely dry in 1-8 days depending on the thickness.
Specially designed for professionals and students, Pébéo Acrylics Studio High Viscosity is fine, and it is adapted for working with the material on canvas, cardboard, wood, metal…
It retains the brush or spatula marks and it is used pure with acrylic mediums or the Studio Auxiliaries which further broaden the creative possibilities.
The range contains opaque, semi-opaque and transparent colors. A paint's opacity is its ability to hide the underlying surface. A paint color is opaque when it hides what is underneath, and transparent, if the undercoat can be seen. A painter will choose an opaque or transparent color, according to the effect they desire. For example, a glaze requires a transparent color, while a solid, an opaque color. To achieve a watercolor-like render, the painter will select a transparent color. The versatility of the range means that it can be used with an endless amount of textures. When the color is applied thickly, it is advisable to wait 1-2 weeks before varnishing work.