Vivid Ultra Metallics are a superior, multi-surface, durable, high gloss, water cleanup, acrylic enamel paint. Use in simple projects painting on a surface or to create Elegant abstracts with a paint-pouring technique. Vivids are available in 32 signature colors designed by Inventor Leslie Ohnstad, Vivid adds an elegant iridescence to your home decor, fine art or favorite craft projects.
Vivid can be used on almost any surface including most plastics. No primer or varnish is needed as they are self-sealing and they offer excellent coverage in one to two coats. Once fully cured Vivid creates a durable, hard finish that is highly resistant to cleaning chemicals.
Vivid True-Metals- produced with ground metal flakes there are four colors in this category. True-Silver (high sheen silver), Cashmere (Rose gold), Dragon Gold (Antique Gold), Autumn Flame ( copper).
Vivid Ultra Metallics- 1 oz and 4 oz bottles-twenty eight brilliant translucent or-semi-opaque (depending on application) Leslie Ohnstad signature colors.
Vivid- Clear Enamel-4 oz bottle. Create your own colors with our 210 Primary Elements Arte-Pigments
Vivid Opaque-Black and White gloss enamel- 4 oz bottle only
Surfaces: Canvas, Wood, Paper, Gourds, Paper mache, Plastic, Terracotta, Glass, Tile, Plexiglas, Chipboard, Metal, etc.
Abstract Paint-Pouring: Bolivian Blue and African Jade
Shake well prior to use. Clean surface thoroughly of any oil or residue.then apply 1-2 coats with a brush or sponge. Air cure 7 days. For a top-rack, dishwasher-safe finish on oven-safe surfaces, place finished piece in
Apply 1-2 coats with a brush or sponge. Air cure 7 days. For a top-rack, dishwasher-safe finish on oven-safe surfaces, place finished piece in
Next: apply 1-2 coats with a brush or sponge. Full curing time depending on weather 3-7 days.
For a top-rack, dishwasher-safe finish, place the finished piece in oven 250°F and bake for 30 minutes, then gradually cool for additional 30 minutes with oven door partially opened. This product is not designed for contact with food.
Create your own textured elements by pouring in silicone molds, allow to dry 48 hours
Perfect to use with stencils rinse or wipe quickly for easier re-use.
No primer or sealer is needed before painting or to protect the finish afterward.
To create even finish on slick surfaces like plastic, glass or metal use a soft brush to spread Vivid Ultra Metallics, then allow to self-level.
For a textured OR eggshell finish, use a high-density sea sponge and “stipple” by tapping paint onto the surface. Using this method as your first layer of paint will give your basecoat “tooth” that making it easier for additional coats of paint or painted designs to adhere.
210 Intense colors split up into sixteen color categories
Antique-Blackened-Shade Colors: A Shade is simply any color with black added. We have carefully antiqued colors for you. To deepen add a “drop” more black. Careful not to use too much and block out color and light.
Semi Opaque-Whitened-Tint Colors: A Tint is sometimes called a Pastel. Basically it’s simply color with white added, which will cause a semi-opaque effect as mica light refraction is slightly diffused.
Create translucent skin tones ranging from deep caramel to pale porcelain by mixing washes with water
To lighten skin tones shade: mix with color “oyster” available in interference iridescent- neutral group.
Frost Colors: Delicate color mixed in sparkling white mica. White mica sits on surface like a mirror reflecting light. Colors are diffused due to impeded light refraction, very useful for focusing light to one area, great for sparkly baby announcements etc. Frosts are not recommended for lightening other non-frosted colors. IT is recommended to use iridescent neutrals to mix custom shades.
Interference-Iridescent Neutrals: Transparent-translucent colors recommended for mixing lighter shade of other colors, Example Rich cobalt dark blue mixed with iridescent blue=light shade of same blue. Definition of Interference: Interferes with light casting a color accent to your color mix.
Metals-Metallic Colors: Metallic Mica or Ground metal-when specified. Colors are perfect for accents. Mix small amounts in regular color to enhance or create new colors.
Yellow Color Family: Yellow is dominant color in ranging from “warm” Yellow-Orange thru “cool” Yellow-Green
Red Color Family Red: is dominant color ranging from “warm” Red-Yellow thru “cool” Red-Blue
Blue Color Family: Blue is dominant color ranging from “warm” Blue-Green thru “cool” Blue Violet
Orange Color Family: Orange dominant color ranging from “warm” Orange-Yellow thru “cool” Orange-Red
Green Color Family: Green dominant color ranging from “warm” Green-Yellow thru “cool” Green-Blu
Violet Color Family: Violet is dominant color ranging from “warm” Violet-Red thru “cool” Violet-Blue
Teal Color Family: Teal AKA Turquoise ranging from “warm” Blue Green thru “cool” Green Blue
Pink Color Family: Pink shades ranging front Hot Rhodamine Violet-Pink-thru warmer Yellow-Pinks
Peach Color Family: Peach AKA Coral ranging from “warm” more orange peach thru “cool” Pink Peach
Browns-Grays Color Family: Warm browns-Golden Oak colors, Cool-brown- Taupe, Reddish brown-cedar wood, Beige-browns with iridescent red or green pearl. Cool and warm grays
Delicate color mixed in sparkling white mica. White mica sits on surface like a mirror reflecting light. Colors are diffused due to impeded light refraction, very useful for focusing light to one area, great for sparkly baby announcements etc. Frosts are not recommended for lightening other non-frosted colors. IT is recommended to use iridescent neutrals to mix custom shades.