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Liquitex Assorted 22-milliliter Basics Acrylic Paint, 24-Pack

Liquitex basics paints were developed for students and artists who require dependable quality at an economical price. Each color is uniquely formulated to bring out the maximum brilliance and clarity of the individual pigment. This package contains twenty-four 22-milliliter tubes of paint-quinacridone magenta, alizaein crimson, primary red, cadmium red light, cadmium orange, red oxide, burnt sienna, burnt umber, raw umber, raw sienna, cadmium yellow medium, primary yellow, light green, hooker’s green, phthalocyanine green, cerulean blue, cobalt blue, primary blue, phthalocyanine blue, ultramarine blue, dioxazine purple, ivory black, and titanium white. Paint conforms to ASTM D4236 and D5098

Product Features

  • Great price for quality paints
  • Includes 24 22-milliliter tubes of paint
  • Paint Conforms to ASTM D4236 and D5098

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3 comments to Liquitex Assorted 22-milliliter Basics Acrylic Paint, 24-Pack

  • Eve

    Good variety in starter kit but the tubes are too small This is a great little kit for experimenting with acrylics. However the size of the tube is entirely too small, so I would avoid buying these if you’re an art student but rather invest in larger tubes of the colours you absolutely NEED instead.-They’re okay when extended with medium. You have to use a lot of them in the medium to not lose the colour. I recommend using a professional medium with them if you can afford it. I definitely noticed a difference when I used Liquitex gel mediums vs Golden or Winsor & Newton.-The pigment load is okay, but will not look “vibrant”. Some of the colours are noticeably brighter than others when mixed with medium (Pthalo blue looks great for example, whereas primary yellow tends to look flat)-They don’t hold up to the test of time well, the lightfastness is not great but definitely better than other student grade paints.I recommend these for:-New painter-Experimentation with new techniques-Children/teenagers who wish to start painting in acrylic (do not gift medium with this kit, wait to see how they feel about the paints first)I do not recommend these for:-Art students and hobbyist painters (you need way more paint than this so just buy the bigger tubes and save money)-Paintings you intend to give as a gift (or keep)-Paintings you intend to sell-Anyone past “student” level as these are student grade paints.

  • Kinga

    good product 22 milliliter is a bit small, but they are good paints, i already painted two pictures with them, easy to use, nice colors

  • babybird65

    cant beat the price This set was well worth what I paid for it, a great variety of colors, It has had plenty of use ,Im ready to order another set.

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