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Golden Artist Acrylics
Fluid Color

Tips for Acrylic Spraying and Airbrush

Mike from GOLDEN Product Support guides you through the ins and outs of preparing acrylic paint for spraying. While thinning is usually necessary, the solution may not be as simple as just adding water. Explore the options for getting the results you want when using acrylics in an airbrush or other spraying tool.

Fluid Acrylics - Snap Shot

Fluid Acrylics are highly intense, permanent acrylic colors with a consistency similar to heavy cream. Produced with only lightfast pigment, not dyes, they offer very strong colors with a fluid consistency. No fillers or extenders are added and the pigment load is comparable to GOLDEN Heavy Body Acrylics.

Spraying Acrylic Paints

Thinning acrylic paint for spraying through and airbrush or other spray painting systems is a common practice, but what is the best way to thin acrylic paint for spraying? Mike from Golden Product Support takes you through the options and exposes the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Fluid Acrylic Colors Overview

Equal the intensity of GOLDEN Heavy Body Acrylics but with an even, flowing characteristic useful for dry brush application, fine details, pouring, spraying (particularly when mixed with GOLDEN Airbrush Medium), staining techniques and many others.

Fluids blend easily with all acrylic colors, and readily tint gels, mediums, gessoes and grounds. Fluid Acrylics are extremely versatile, and ideal for fine brushwork, glazing, staining, water media techniques and many more. Mix Fluid Acrylics with Airbrush Medium for airbrush application of artwork including textiles.