Making Translucent Colors

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Rich, "dye-like" colors are essential to know how to achieve, and with the Proceed Slow Drying Fluid Acrylics they can be mixed easily. Simply select the colors in the SDFA's that are translucent and then intermix them to achieve the colors you like.
Rich, "dye-like" colors are essential to know how to achieve, and with the Proceed Slow Drying Fluid Acrylics they can be mixed easily. Simply select the colors in the SDFA's that are translucent and then intermix them to achieve the colors you like.
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Please click to view the[http://www.proceedsystem.com/products/documents/SlowDryFluidApplGuide.pdf Technical Data Sheet on Slow Drying Fluid Acrylics]
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*Please click to view the[http://www.proceedsystem.com/products/documents/SlowDryFluidApplGuide.pdf Technical Data Sheet on Slow Drying Fluid Acrylics]
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Please click to view the [http://www.proceedsystem.com/products/sdfluids.php Color Selection Available]  
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*Please click to view the [http://www.proceedsystem.com/products/sdfluids.php Color Selection Available]  
[http://www.proceedsystem.com/newsletter/articles/pg.php?ID=2011071812312800000_ Read a wonderful article on color and utilizing the Proceed range of color written by Laine Discepoli, entertaining and insightful!]
[http://www.proceedsystem.com/newsletter/articles/pg.php?ID=2011071812312800000_ Read a wonderful article on color and utilizing the Proceed range of color written by Laine Discepoli, entertaining and insightful!]
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=="Dye-like" Browns==
=="Dye-like" Browns==
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Whether it is for staining wood or overglazing metallics, rich browns are essential. One palette with which you can start is Transparent Red Iron Oxide, Diarylide Yellow, and Ultramarine Blue. These colors, mixed together in the right proportions, will create a wide array of deep, rich browns.
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Whether it is for staining wood or overglazing metallics, rich browns are essential. One palette with which you can start is [[Transparent Red Iron Oxide]], [[Diarylide Yellow]], and [[Ultramarine Blue]]. These colors, mixed together in the right proportions, will create a wide array of deep, rich browns.
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Current revision as of 12:30, 12 March 2015

Rich, "dye-like" colors are essential to know how to achieve, and with the Proceed Slow Drying Fluid Acrylics they can be mixed easily. Simply select the colors in the SDFA's that are translucent and then intermix them to achieve the colors you like.


Read a wonderful article on color and utilizing the Proceed range of color written by Laine Discepoli, entertaining and insightful!







"Dye-like" Browns

Whether it is for staining wood or overglazing metallics, rich browns are essential. One palette with which you can start is Transparent Red Iron Oxide, Diarylide Yellow, and Ultramarine Blue. These colors, mixed together in the right proportions, will create a wide array of deep, rich browns.


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