Golden High Flow Acrylic vs Fluid Acrylic

Golden High Flow Acrylic vs Fluid Acrylic

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Golden Fluid Acrylics

Golden Fluid Acrylics have the intensity equal of Golden Heavy Body

Acrylics but with the consistency of heavy cream, Its even, flowing characteristics are useful for dry brush application, fine details, pouring, spraying, staining techniques and many others. They offer strong colors and are created by loading an acrylic polymer binder with no fillers or extenders, nor is the fluid quality achieved with additional water. Fluids allow for smooth flowing applications while retaining color intensity, tinting strength, film integrity, and adhesion. Fluid acrylics are extremely versatile, and ideal for fine brushwork, glazing, staining, water media techniques and many more.

Golden High Flow Acrylics

High Flow Acrylics by Golden on the other hand have ink-like consistency that lends itself to a wide range of techniques, including staining, leveling, calligraphy, and mixed media. Due to its consistency High Flow Acrylics works well with dip pen, airbrush and more. These Golden High Flow Acrylics are introduced as a replacement for GOLDEN Airbrush Colors in July of 2013, High Flow offers increased durability of dry paint and a larger palette of colors including Iridescent and Fluorescent colors, and more single-pigment colors that match the other GOLDEN color lines.

Once dry acrylics are permanent and water-resistant.

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