Pebeo Studio High Viscosity Acrylics
Pebeo 100ml Studio Artist Acrylic is high viscosity, giving it an excellent texture when it’s on a canvas. Pebeo Studio Acrylics have a satin finish, developed with the same precision as extra-fine acrylics, meaning the pigment quality is good. It retains the brush or painting knife mark and can be used either pure or with the Pebeo Studio Acrylic auxiliaries, depending on the desired effect. Very adherent and indelible when dry.
Coming in pots of 100ml, these iridescent paints are an ideal choice for acrylic artistry.
This thick and creamy paint is great for creating a layered effect, adding depth and dimension to your work. It is compatible with other acrylic mediums or can be used on its own.
Once dry, the paint is extremely enduring, offering a long-lasting colour. Available in a selection of iridescent colours.
Price shown is for one 100ml tube of paint.
I = Excellent light fastness
II = Very good light fastness
III = Fair/ Non-permanent light fastness
ST = Semi-Transparent
T = Transparent
O = Opaque
11 Titanium White I, O (PW6)
13 Light Azo Yellow I, T (PY74 PY83)
14 Cobalt Blue Hue I, O (PW6 PB29 PV19)
15 Dark Ultramarine Blue I, T (PB29 PR19 PB15:3)
17 Phthalocyanine Blue I, T (PB15:3)
18 Naphtol Carmine II, T (PR146 PR12 PO13)
19 Transparent Vermillion II, T (PR112 PO13)
20 Quinacridone Scarlet II, T (PR112 PR122)
21 Oriental Violet II, T (PV23 PR19 PB15:3)
22 Lemon Cadmium Yellow II, ST (PW6 PY111)
23 Medium Cadmium Yellow Hue I, ST (PW6 PY83 PO13 PY12)
24 Naples Yellow Hue I, O (PW6 PY74 PY42)
25 Light Ultramarine Blue II, T (PB29 PW6)
26 Marks Black I, O (PBk7 PBk11) (brown shade)
27 Yellow Ochre I, O (PY42)
28 Cerulean Blue II, O (PB28 PB15:3)
29 Burnt Umber I, O (PR101 PBk11 PBk7 PR22)
30 Turquoise Blue I, O (PW6 PB15:3 PG7)
32 Cadmium Orange Hue II, ST (PW6 PO13)
33 Cadmium Red Hue II, O (PR112 PR22 PW6)
34 Red Ochre I, O (PR101)
35 Venice Yellow I, T (PY42)
36 Raw Sienna I, O (PY42 PR101 PBk11)
38 Burnt Sienna I, O (PR101 PBk11)
39 Venice Red II, O (PR101)
40 Payne’s Grey I, O (PB29 PBk7)
41 Vivid White II, O (PW6 PB29)
42 Phthalocyanine Green I, T (PG7)
43 Cadmium Green Hue II, T (PW6 PY111 PG7)
44 Hooker’s Green II, ST (PG7 PY42 PB15:3 PBk7 PY74)
45 Vivid Pink II, ST (PR122)
46 Neutral Grey II, O (PBk7 PW6)
47 Dark Cobalt Violet Hue II, O (PW6 PV23)
48 Primary Yellow I, ST (PW6 PY74)
49 Primary Cyan I, ST (PW6 PB15:3)
50 Primary Magenta II, T (PR19 PR146)
51 Bright Yellow I, O (PW6 PY3)
52 Dark Cadmium Yellow Hue II, ST (PW6 PY83 PR12)
53 Dark Cadmium Red Hue II, O (PW6 PR112 PR22 PR112)
54 Alizarin Crimson II, T (PR146 PR22 PBk7)
55 Azo Pink II, T (PR48:1 PW6)
56 Prussian Blue Hue II, O (PB15:0 PV23 PY3)
59 Sap Green II, ST (PG7 PY12 PBk7)
60 Chrome Green Hue II, O (PG7 PBk7 PY12 PW6)
61 Green Earth I, O (PG7 PY12 PBk7 PW6)
63 Terra Rossa I, O (PY42 PG7)
64 Raw Umber II, O (PY42 PY83 PR22 PBk7)
65 Buff Titanium I, O (PW6 PY42)
iridescent / dynamic / Fluorescent. Colours:
353 Iridescent Orange Yellow I, ST,
354 Iridescent Red Blue, I, ST
356 Iridescent Violet Blue, I, ST
357 Iridescent Blue Green, I, ST
358 Iridescent Green Blue, I, ST
359 Iridescent Green Yellow, I ,ST
360 Iridescent Blue Black, I ST
351 Iridescent Silver, O
352 Iridescent Gold, O
350 Iridescent Prcious Gold, O
355 Iridescent Copper, O
372 Fluorescent Yellow
370 Fluorescent Orange
371 Fluorescent Pink
Pebeo own info:
Colours: Vivid and deep, richly pigmented, with matte satin finish and very good light fastness. Very adherent and permanent once dry, suitable for most surfaces.
May be mixed together. Resistant and flexible to distortion film.
Dyna: Studio Acrylics "Dyna" colours are obtained from pigments which render effects generally referred to as "pearlescent" effects. The principle behind this is that these pigments are composed from layers of different materials, each having their own refractive index.
The base of such pigments often consists of mica, silicon dioxide or aluminium oxide, onto which successive layers of other material are deposited. Titanium dioxide is often found here.
The effect provided by these pigments is achieved by a play of reflections/successive transmissions. The layers each have their own refractive index and will transmit a different portion of light and reflect another. They will consequently react by decomposing and recomposing incident light depending on their composition.
Brush cleaning: water.
Surfaces: canvas, cardboard, wood, metal etc.
Drying: away from dust between 30 minutes to 1 hour, completely dry in 1 to 8 days,
depending on thickness.
Studio Acrylics is available in two viscosities to meet the requirements of modern artistic expression techniques.
Studio Acrylics High Viscosity has a thick consistency particularly suited to work in dimension. It retains the traces of the brush or spatula and can be used pure or with acrylic mediums or Studio auxiliaries, allowing for the further expansion of creative possibilities. Studio Acrylics Fluid has a fluid consistency, recommended for brush applications, especially for fine and regular lines.
Used pure, with acrylic mediums or Studio auxiliaries, it allows you to create glazes and watercolour effects. In the end, the colours perceived when observing an artwork displaying Studio Acrylics Dyna colours will strongly depend on the type of effect pigment contained in the colours used, of the associations with classic pigments, and also of the nature of the incident light as well as the angle from which the artwork is observed.
- Artists Level: Student