acrylic paint

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used especially by artists

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In this test, the XL Acrylic paints were equal to the solvent-based commercial controls and were much better than the two aqueous floor paint commercial controls.
After the piece is fired, students paint their buildings with acrylic paints.
By choosing a wipeable, water-based acrylic paint you won't have to spend time redecorating so frequently.
Using high-end enamel or acrylic paints to erase the expressive mark of the painter, artists like Ingrid Calame, Inka Essenhigh, Monique Prieto, and Jay Davis merge abstraction and representation, using Pop art--specifically, its technique of mining the media for photographic imagery--as a template for banishing the restrictions that used to keep the two segregated.
As home painting projects move inside with the coming of fall and colder weather, the experts at BASF say there's no reason that strong odors should follow, thanks to a new generation of high performance acrylic paints that contain little or no solvents or volatile organic compounds, known as VOCs.
Tiny pumpkins--or any small gourds--can be colored in minutes with acrylic paints or permanent markers.
You need: Liquitex acrylic paints, Brilliant Yellow (830), Emerald Green (650), Titanium White (432), all pounds 3.
Long established firm, one of the leading importers of food products, pharmaceuticals and other industrial equipment is planning to manufacture artist acrylic paints and colors to supply local artisans and neighboring islands.
Instead of stroking oil or acrylic paints on a canvas, Frazier brushes various crystal solutions onto a glass plate.
They work with clay, finger-paints, collages, oil pastels, chalk, plaster-of-paris (masks), acrylic paints and other media.
uk Seedling Design Your Own Sword Kit Kids can be very unique knights by painting their own sword in this kit, which contains a wooden sword, acrylic paints, a paint brush and instructions.
Its exhibition aims to promote the work of its members and demonstrate the wide range of techniques, characteristics, styles and applications possible with acrylic paints.
Participants will use pastels and acrylic paints to create a collage of images on canvas, which can be taken home.
30 x 30" (76 x 76 cm) pieces of canvas, large plastic tablecloths, paint shirts, various-size paintbrushes, Styrofoam cups, tempera and acrylic paints, glitter