Quick-Dry Acrylic Painting Set Professional Grade Paint Supplies Launched

Colore, an high-quality art supplies retailer, announced a new 12-piece professional grade quick-drying acrylic paint set designed for both professional artists and art students. The kit includes standard and exotic nuances, providing a wide range of high-quality colors.

Rowland Heights, United States - March 20, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Colore, a professional art supplies retailer, launched a 12-piece professional acrylic painting set.

More information is available at https://www.coloreart.com/collections/art-paints/products/colore-acrylic-paint-set-set-of-12.

Both art students and professional artists often have to choose between acrylic- and oil-based paints, as both have certain advantages and disadvantages. Oil paints tend to preserve the original hue better after drying. However, many artists prefer to use acrylic paints, as they dry faster and require much less maintenance than oil-based paints.

Unlike oil, which requires additional substances to mix and clean, acrylic paint can easily be mixed using water, and it dries relatively quickly. Occasional accidents such as water spilling will not damage it once it has dried, as it is water-resistant. This makes it a good choice for art students.

Colore launched a 12-piece professional grade acrylic painting set designed for both amateur and professional artists.

The kit includes the most widely-used colors, as well as some exotic nuances for extra versatility. The palette covers colors such as Titanium White, Lemon Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Vermilion, Crimson Red, Viridian, Hooker’s Green, Cobalt Blue, Ultramarine Blue, Burnt Sienna, Raw Umber and Lamp Black.

Colore worked with professional acrylic paint creators to develop high-quality pigments that will dry quickly while preserving the original colors. The ease of use makes the Colore acrylic paint kit ideal for both art students and professional artist.

The natural properties of the Colore acrylic paint makes it suitable for use on the most common painting surfaces such as paper, blank canvas, wood, fabric, clay, nails, ceramic and other.

The kit is ideal for daily art practice, as it provides both quick drying and increased water resistance. Due to the high quality of the Colore acrylic pain, the set can also be used for professional works of art. Each tube contains 12 ml (0.4 oz) of acrylic paint, allowing for multiple painting sessions.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.amazon.com/Colore-Acrylic-Paint-Set-12/dp/B014UMGA5W.

Contact Info:
Name: Angela Middleton
Organization: COLORE
Address: 17360 Colima Road Suite 817, Rowland Heights, United States

For more information, please visit http://www.coloreart.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 178810

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