Water based and non-toxic. Reaches ASTM D-4236 standard requirements
Works on textile, wood, leather, canvas, plastics, aluminum, metals, ceramics, clay, latex, glass and much more!
Transparent Colors blend with underlying colors when faded over for blended color transitions. Transparent Colors are the most common graphic paint used by artists after the base color has been achieved
Transparent Colors should be used for fine-lined detail operated at lower PSI settings through smaller tip-sizes.
For 0.2mm tip-sizes, reduce Transparent Colors with 5608 Illustration Base, Wicked W100 Reducer or Auto Air 4011 Flash Reducer.
A common way of working with these colors is you start by painting a black/white opaque base and then apply Transparent colors. They will gradually cover the white areas but not the black. This technique allows you to work with fades, depth etc. on a different level without worrying about getting the black areas messy