Gouache

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01. Titanium white
PW6

02. Chrome yellow pale
PY3

03. Chrome yellow deep
PY74

04. Chrome yellow orange
PO5

05. Naples yellow reddish
PW6 PY42 PR7

06. Scarlet vermilion
PR266

07. Carmine
PR266

08. Alizarine lake
PR177 PV23

09. Magenta
PR122

10. Cyan blue
PB15:3

11. Turquoise
PW6 PB15:3 PG7

12. Cobalt blue
PW6 PB15:3 PG7

13. Ultramarine
PB29

14. Prussian blue
PB27

15. Violet lake
PV23

16. Bright green
PY1 PG7

17. Emerald green
PG7

18. Sap green
PG8 PY42

19. Yellow ochre
PY42

20. Raw sienna
PY42

21. English red
PW6 PBlk7 PY42

22. Burnt sienna
PY42 PR101

23. Raw umber
PY42 PG7 PBlk7

24. Burnt umber
PY42 PBr6 PR101 PBlk7

25. Vandyke brown
PBr6

26. Ivory black
PBlk7

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Opacity and glazing properties

The opacity of a pigmented colour is not only depending on the thickness of the colour application but also on the kind and concentration of the pigment as well as on the kind binder in the colour. all colours have been submitted to the same testing method: satndardized application on black and white striped saturated base. this allows a classification with the following 4 symbols:

opaque Semi-opaque Semi-transparent Transparent

Lightfasteness

This describes the durability of a colour in daylight. A number of influencing factors play a role too, like intensity of sunlight, temperature, moisture, oxygen or gas content of the air.

8 - Excellent  - Very good  - Good

Color Index and Pigments names

The Color Index system is an international standard to denominate dyes and pigments. A combination of letters and numbers indicate the colour category. For example: PO 20, means Pigment Orange 20. Color Index names are: PW (Pigment White) / PY (Pigment Yellow) / PO (Pigment Orange) / PR (Pigment Red) / PV (Pigment Violet) / PB (Pigment Blue) / PG (Pigment Green) / PBr (Pigment Brown) / PBk (Pigment Black).

Gouaches

Renesans GOUACHE are easy to use thick and well-covering paints, which produce a flexible but still water soluble layer. Besides pigment, the production of gouache involves kaolin and other raw materials to make the paint well-soluble. Our gouache is held together with gum arabic and produces a thick and opaque layer on dry or damp paper. It can be applied with aerographs to produce exceptionally saturated and smooth surfaces. Gouache also goes well with other techniques, including watercolours, acrylics, sketching, which is why it is very popular among designers and illustrators. After drying, all temperas considerably brightens and fades, so it is recommended to use liquid agents to preserve and intensify the colour.
The range of this product includes 26 paint colours available in 20 ml tubes and titanium white and black in 60 ml tubes.

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