Camel Artist Heavy Body Acrylic Colours
Individual tube of Medium Magenta in 40 ml
Only available at retail stores.
First introduced in 2017
William Perkins invented a dye called mauveine in the mid-1800s which went on to create the first magenta pigment in history. It was later named 'magenta' after a region in Italy and began appearing in paintings and other forms of art.
PW 6, PR 122
Opaque Bold shades that are more reflective and will cover or hide what’s under them.
A A for Absolutely Permanent - Permanent with chances of slight fading when mixed with a white shade.
High performance pigment for long life of the painting
Greater pigment load for better coverage and vibrant colours
New generation, absolutely transparent binders to ensure no colour shift
Greater open time facilitates 'Wet in Wet' blending and thick relief work
Thick formulation for great impasto effects
Product Code - 2715284
Use Acrylic Mediums for best results
Mediums that create the right texture and a suitable surface for acrylic painting.
Mediums that modify the body and behaviour of acrylic colours to get the desired effect.
Mediums that impart a uniform finish and protect the acrylic painting.
Pro Tips from Artists
You can also apply these colours with a palette/painting knife.
Keep a tumbler of water handy to dip brushes and tools since these colours dry fast.
Acrylic Colours are water soluble but using the correct medium is necessary.