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SYNTHETIC WATERCOLOR COLOR CHART
 

INFORMATION

Synthetic watercolor: Color Range of 45 translucent colors, very concentrated, two Medium Colorless that serve to reduce the intensity of colors and to change colors into very smooth ones, or to over-pastelate the other colors of the range.


It is used to paint directly on cold porcelain, papier maché, marble powder, alabaster powder, plastic, leather, polyurethane, methacrylate, crystal, dry fabric or wooden flowers, ceramic dust, sponge cake and methacrylate. It’s very useful for the dyeing of wood and masses of moldable Porcelain in Cold, Papier Maché, and masses. In porous surfaces it’s advisable to apply some Shining Ceramic Varnish layers to seal the surface.


Colors are water-resistant, as well as resistant to aging and solar light; a great transparency is obtained and are miscible one with each other. Its drying is very fast, so it allows to finish the works immediately and without drying problems. It allows the cleaning with soapy water. The Colorless Watercolor is one of the Medium of the Watercolor range. One is used to reduce the intensity of the colors and thus to obtain clearer and very translucent tones. If in one it appears either object, we superpose the Colorless one on a color just applied, can make stampings and clarify excellently zones to give the more depth to weaves, hair, objects or flowers. If instead of mixing two colors we superpose the clear one on the dark, we have a surprising result and if in addition we go, as we painted, retiring with a cloth, we obtain a very interesting result.


If we wish lighter and transparent tones we must add the colorless one until obtaining the wished tonality. It’s interesting to dye the wood since it doesn’t raise the piles as usually occurs with water-dyes. We can combine it with the other Medium of the Watercolor that is Pastel. We obtain an extensive range of pastelated, opaque tones. It’s used to paint directly on porcelain in cold, Papier Maché, marble powder, alabaster powder, glass, plastic, polyurethane, leather, fabrics, dry fabric or wooden flowers, crystal, ceramic dust, sponge cake, methacrylate, tin, metals. One is also used to dye the mass of porcelain in cold

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For the porcelain in cold, sometimes, it is advisable to apply the Colorless before, in abundance, on the flowers to avoid the intense and deep absorption in porcelain of the color that we are going to apply on it. This technique is also used for figures made with marble or alabaster powder and even when we apply synthetic Watercolor on wood. In porous surfaces it’s advisable to apply some Shining Ceramic Varnish layers to seal the surface.
The colors are miscible one to each other. If we superpose a light color over a dark one, we obtain very interesting effects. If we wish a lighter and translucent tone we may mix with the Medium (colorless). It’s interesting for the dyeing of wood since the nerves stand out the wood and it doesn’t raise the piles as usually occurs with water-based products. It is applied with brushes or sponge, according to the surface and the object to work. Colors of great luminosity. The composition is based on alcohol and is not harmful, and haven’t registered allergic reactions as it happens with some dissolvent.

This product is inflammable and isn’t apt for children. We can combine it with the other Medium, the Pastel. We obtain a very extensive range of opaque products and with a great variety of possibilities. See explanations in Pastel Watercolor. The brushes may be easily cleaned with Lydia Dissolvent.