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Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint Tube 6-Piece Set

Value Series Acrylic Paints like Liquitex BASICS are formulated to offer dependable standards of performance at a more affordable cost.  Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint is developed for students and artists that need quality at outstanding value. Each color is uniquely formulated to bring out the maximum brilliance and clarity of the individual pigment. 48-Color Spectrum; A heavy body acrylic paint that retains peaks and brush strokes.  Contains permanent artist pigments.  All colors dry to a satin finish.  Intermixable with all Liquitex Professional Acrylic Colors and Mediums.  Ideal for learning color theory and color mixing.   All colors hold the AP Seal from ACMI and are safe for educational use. Contents: 6 x 4 oz tubes. Set colors include Cadmium Yellow Medium Hue, Naphthol Crimson, Phthalocyanine Green, Ultramarine Blue, Mars Black, Titanium White. Visit our Liquitex Amazon Storefront for full product assortment.

Product Features

  • Assortment of popular Liquitex colors; see below for color names
  • Thick, creamy with satin finish; Good pigment load
  • Contents: 6 x 4 oz tubes
  • Intermixable with Liquitex Professional Acrylic Paint Colors and Mediums.
  • Conforms to ASTM D4236; Safe for educational use

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2 comments to Liquitex BASICS Acrylic Paint Tube 6-Piece Set

  • Eve

    Best STUDENT GRADE paints around The price and quality you get in these student grade paints can’t be beat.-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:-Art students/any school based painting project-Hobbyist or new painter-Experimentation with new techniquesI do not recommend these for:-Paintings you intend to give as a gift (or keep)-Paintings you intend to sell-Anyone past “student”

  • J. W. Fairless "Maximus"

    Christmas Present I bought this product as a Christmas present for my wife. She liked it so what more can I say?

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