Gamblin 150ml Acrylic Paints
All Products, Art supplies, Gamblin 150ml Acrylic Paints, Gamblin Neutrals, Gamblin Oil Paint, New to Hues, Oil, Painting SuppliesGamblinOil S1 Flake White Replacement $14.65 – $32.93
Flake White Replacement: The first true nontoxic alternative to Flake White. It’s the leanest of the Gamblin whites and a terrific underpainting white. Its beautiful opalescent quality is of special interest to portrait painters. Flake White Replacement has all the working properties of traditional Flake White: long ropey stroke, warm color, translucency and short brush mark. Not only does our FWR come without the lead but it also doesn’t suffer from the fast drying time of traditional formulations, which contributes to the cracking of oil paintings over time.
All Products, Art supplies, Gamblin 150ml Acrylic Paints, Gamblin Neutrals, Gamblin Oil Paint, New to Hues, Oil, Painting SuppliesGamblinOil S1 Ivory Black $14.65 – $32.93
Ivory Black: A good, all-purpose black that’s a solid choice for mixing greys, tinting, and mixing with other colors. Slightly warm in its transparency with a weak tinting strength.
All Products, Art supplies, Gamblin 150ml Acrylic Paints, Gamblin Neutrals, Gamblin Oil Paint, New to Hues, Oil, Painting SuppliesGamblinOil S1 Mars Black $14.65 – $32.95
Mars Black: Slightly warm in its tint, this leanest (more matte) black dries more quickly than Ivory Black. Though not as black as Ivory Black, Mars Black has approximately three times the tinting strength and is very opaque. Cool in its masstone and strong, Mars Black is often the choice of the Neo-Expressionists and others who want to make black opaque marks in thick wet paintings.
Titanium Zinc White: Most useful all-purpose oil painting white. An excellent mixing white, T-Z White combines the soft texture and opacity of Titanium with the creamy transparency of Zinc for less “chalky” mixtures. Consider using T-Z White for color-mixing because it takes so much color to tint Titanium.
Zinc White: The most transparent white, Zinc is recommended for glazing, scumbling and alla prima painting. Compared with all other whites, Zinc White has less hiding power. Zinc White dries slowly, so painters who want to paint wet into wet over a long time will find it useful. Because it’s brittle, painters should not consider it as a general painting white unless painting on panel.