Hansa Yellow Indian Yellow Diarylide Yellow Yellow Oxide Medium White
HA11 Indian Yellow Pure Color: PY139 Transparent Warm Value: 6 Intensity: G A transparent yellow that leans slightly orange. Frequently used in glazing and tinting techniques. It is very bright in its transparent form and appears more toned when applied opaquely.
HA12 Yellow Oxide Pure Color: PY 42 Opaque Warm Value: 5/6 Intensity: E-F This warm medium toned yellow is excellent for color mixing. It has a history in traditional styles like Norwegian Rosemaling. Mix with Diarylide Yellow for strong bright yellows.
HA13 Diarylide Yellow Pure Color: PY 83 Semi-Transparent Warm Value: 8 Intensity: G-H A bright medium yellow that mixes well with a variety of blues to form long lasting greens. Try mixing with Yellow Oxide (PY 42) for strong bright yellows.
HA14 Hansa Yellow Pure Color: PY 74 Semi-Transparent Neutral Value: 8 Intensity: H-I A bright arylide yellow that that sits slightly cooler than the more powerful Diarylide Yellow. Its intensity is well suited for focal areas. Create vivid greens with Phthalo Blue. Mix Hansa Yellow + a touch of Carbon Black for a soft olive green.
HA37 Medium White Series 1 Mix: PW6 + PBr7 RU + PY42 Warm Opaque Value: 7 Intensity: B This is an excellent toner for light value colors. Works well with Medium Beige and Medium Grey for a range of base coat colors.
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.