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Camel Artist Oil Colours

Individual tube of Chrome Yellow Hue in 40 ml

₹250

40 ml

40 ml

120 ml

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First introduced in 1965

Chromium was first extracted from the mineral crocoite by the French chemist Nicolas Louis Vauquelin in 1797. The first mention of the pigment was in 1815 with the purchase of chrome yellow by Danish painter C. W. Eckersberg. However, 1818 was the first recorded use of Chrome Yellow as a shade name in English.

Working Time

High

Drying Time

Slow Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website May vary on shades, application, medium, weather conditions, and surface

Shade

Chrome Yellow Hue

Shade Code

084

Series Number

3

Pigment Code

PW 6, PY 1, PO 13

Transparency

Semi Transparent Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website Balanced shades that offer both boldness and visibility of the background.

Permanency

B Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website Better Permanency can be achieved if used in Mass Tone or not used in Reduced and Wash Tone with shades that have a Permanency rating of B and C

Features

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Superior effects with high-quality pigments and greater pigment load

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To be used on primed canvas/paper only

03

Must be used with Linseed Oil as primary medium

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Can be used in impasto, glaze and wash techniques

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Ideal for 'Wet in Wet' blending

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'‘Fat Over Lean’ technique offers the best results and long life Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website The base coat should have a minimal amount of oil medium while the subsequent coats will gradually increase the ratio of oil to shade

Product Code - 115084

Pro Tips from Artists

Immerse brushes and tools in Turpentine to avoid colours drying on them.

Use Turpentine to clean all tools.

Use Oil Colours in a well ventilated area.

Let each coat dry before applying another coat to avoid cracking.

Can be applied with a palette/painting knife.

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