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19 Jan 2023
Ever wondered what’s the difference between Zinc White and Titanium White? Let’s find out:
Zinc White: Lightens any shade that it is mixed with and retains the transparency of that shade. It has a variety of applications and is especially ideal for painting portraits. After all, every little variation makes a big difference on an emotive face.
Titanium White:Heavily lightens any shade it is mixed with, due to its rich pigment density. The resulting mixture is a pastel form of the original shade and very opaque. Ideal for putting finishing touches, like adding effects of shine, reflections and brightness.

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