Perinone Orange Quinacridone Gold Burnt Sienna Raw Sienna English Red Oxide
HA06 English Red Oxide Pure Color: PR101 Warm Opaque Value: 3 Intensity: D A tertiary orange, PR101 has a long history with many names. It is close to traditional Venetian Red used in early European techniques. The Dutch master, Jan Van Huysum, revolutionized his grisaille methods with this tone.
HA07 Quinacridone Gold Pure Color: PO48 Transparent Warm Value: 4 Intensity: F A transparent medium toned orange. Perfect for glazing and hue shifting techniques. It creates a warm glow in wood grains. Mix with Perinone Orange for flesh tones. A transparent alternative to English Red Oxide..
HA08 Perinone Orange Pure Color: PO43 Semi-Transparent Warm Value: 4 Intensity: J-I A powerful, pure orange that holds its character in mixing. It’s a nontoxic replacement for Cadmium Orange (PO20). Many Dutch lessons use in a first step that sits underneath the grisialle layers.
HA43 Raw Sienna Series 1 Pure Color: PBr7 Warm Value: 4 Semi-Transparent Intensity: C Raw Sienna has warm tone similar to yellow oxide but is more transparent.
HA44 Burnt Sienna Series 1 Pure Color: PBr7 Warm Opaque Value: 3 Intensity: C A strong toned orange, Burnt Sienna controls the intensity of Phthalo Blue to mix a variety of warm greys.
Heritage MultiMedia Acrylics are a water based non toxic resin acrylic. The binding system contains a 360º coating agent that protects the pigment and improves the overall lightfastness of the color. Dry as needed with a hair dryer and clean up with soap and water.
Heritage MultiSurface Sealer and Varnishes contain UV inhibitors to further protect surfaces. This is especially important when working with delicate papers in decoupaged designs.
For Acrylic techniques, use with water. Out of the tube, they have an approximate drying time of 20 minutes depending on the humidity level in a room.
For Global techniques (oil emulation), use with Extender Medium. By evaporating the water out of the paint and replacing it with Extender you can add hours to the drying time. For more on this process please visit us at Global Art Supply.