Daler-Rowney Graduate Acrylic 120ml Mixing White (006)

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If you are a complete beginner to acrylics then this Graduate range is a great introduction to this exciting medium!

They offer good pigment strength and flow easily across the paper. The colours are fast drying, durable and flexible so paintings will also last a long time and paper or canvas can be loosely rolled and…
If you are a complete beginner to acrylics then this Graduate range is a great introduction to this exciting medium!

They offer good pigment strength and flow easily across the paper. The colours are fast drying, durable and flexible so paintings will also last a long time and paper or canvas can be loosely rolled and stored without fear of cracking. .
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RRP £3.85
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Posted by Debs, Wednesday, 25 April 2018 on product Daler-Rowney Graduate Acrylic 120ml Mixing White (006)

Question:

Hiya,can you please tell me what 'mixing white' is used for,despite its name I'm not sure how exactly to use this? Thanks.

Answers:

  • Posted by Anita Pounder on Wednesday, 25 April 2018

    You will usually use white paint often in an Acrylic painting as they can be used to add highlight or light colours.

     

    Using Whites

    Titanium White is the whitest and most opaque of the whites and is recommended for general use.

    Mixing White is a more transparent white with reducing tinting strength, making it ideal for strong tints, glazing, and toning down colours.

    Iridescent white captures the unique effect of "light interference" and can be mixed with or painted over colours to create interesting pearlized effects.

    Permanent White is the whitest and most opaque white. It can reduce the lightfastness of some colours.

    Zinc White – cleanest and most lightfast tints. Good for colour mixing

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