Custom Paint Colours at Kroma Artist's Acrylics..

A sample of custom Kroma Artist's Acrylic colours. 
These blends are based on the addition of titanium white to some of our most popular artist's pigments:

Hansa Light Yellow, Arylide Yellow, Phthalo Green, Phthalo Blue, Dioxazine Violet, Quinacridone Red and Quinacridone Magenta.

We provide service and expertise to an increasing number of custom projects and fields involving the production of custom paint and pigment dispersion.

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Watching Paint Dry

Watching Kroma Crackle do its thing is so fun! Shown here are three examples of Kroma Crackle that have been tinted with acrylic paint, creating a two-toned crackle effect.

Tinted Kroma Crackle Technique with Acrylic Paint

Tinted Kroma Crackle Technique with Acrylic Paint

Tinted Kroma Crackle Technique with Acrylic Paint

To create this brightly coloured crackled effect, simply tint Kroma Crackle medium with small amounts of acrylic colour. For example, the third sample shown here is Kroma Crackle tinted with Quinacridone Red, applied over a dry layer of Cobalt Blue on watercolour paper. Allow 1-3 days to dry, then seal with a clear acrylic medium. For more detailed instructions, visit http://kromacrackle.com/about/How-to-Use-KROMA-crackle

How to mix Pink

I am often asked about Pink. Each red produces brighter, duller, warmer or cooler pinks depending on how they are used. 

Mixing pink with acrylic paint

For example, "hot" pinks are best achieved by using glazing techniques with translucent, bluish reds like Quinacridone Red or Magenta lightened with translucent Zinc White over a white background. Duller, peachy pinks can be achieved by adding Titanium White to warmer, orange-shade reds like Naphthol Light Red. Cadmium Reds produce earthier, desaturated pinks when lightened with white, or diluted in a glaze over a white background. Cadmium Medium Red produces a pink that is orangier, and Cadmium Dark Red produces a pink that is slightly bluer.