Specific information about our colours & mixing advice form our colour experts that will help you create the perfect colour, using our paints.
KROMA acrylic colours are water-based and made from materials that are considered non toxic. However, acrylic paints are made using chemicals, and so ought to be used with care.
Before they are dry, acrylic mediums appear milky-white. When dry they become perfectly clear. They can be added to acrylic colours without limit.
The three clear mediums have been formulated to have different viscosities. By diluting the gel medium with water you will create a liquid which may have the same …
While the hues of the three blacks are similar, the character of each pigment is different. The different qualities of each pigment determine their suitability for different applications.
KROMA acrylics are versatile, durable colour, ideal for applying to almost any surface as they are flexible and waterproof once dry. For the best adhesion, a smooth, glossy surface should be lightly abraded before applying paint and should be free of all wax and oil.
In this section, KROMA’s colour specialists teach you about how to mix acrylics paints to achieve various types of colours and effects. These techniques have been developed by painters and paint makers over time. This section will be updated with more techniques in the future. If you have a technique of your own, submit it using the contact form in the sidebar…