Primary Elements Dry Paint Pigments are semi-translucent/ transparent color families when layered on top of each other you see color-thru color.
However, for those of us doing fluid art many times we are layering colors of the top of a WET WHITE paint base. The translucency of the PE when tilted and stretched too far creates a glazing effect on the edges of your art which for some artists may go too light for your liking. Increased opacity helps the color sit on top.
Directions: Create your own acrylic paint Mix: 1/8-1/4 tsp Arte Pigment into 1 oz PolyPour OR Vivid Enamel clear paint base.
The best adhesion is a clean, dry, non-oily surface. Clean Up Soap and Water. Store in a cool dry place.
Mahogany Rich: Redwood brown in shimmering red and copper pearls
Blushing Pumpkin: Bright orange with a hint or blush in golden and red pearls
Ceylon Cinnamon: Spicy cinnamon color in copper bronze and golden pearls.
Chrysocolla: Blue-Teal color in blue green pearls
Rustic Earth Warm Brown with hints of orange-red Pearl. ( replaced Candied Yams)
Azure Moon: Deep blue in Blue-green pearls
Eucalyptus: Rustic green with almost a silver leaf effect
Spiced Plum: Rich red plum with violet overtone in red violet pearls
Pinky Swear: Warrior Pink,” Pinky Swear” girl scout promise raising breast cancer awareness
Enchanted Forest: Warm Forest green in rainbow pearls (yes. pigment looks black)
Pandora’s Star: Warm Pink in Blue-violet-green pearls
Oceanus: Pale green teal in green pearls