Rublev Colours Dispersions | Aqueous Pigment Dispersions for Casein

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Pigment dispersions from Rublev Colours contain only naturally derived ingredients & these are pigments premixed and dispersed in water ready to use with casein. Natural Pigments offers aqueous pigment dispersions for casein online. Our huge range of products is available on affordable prices. Visit www.naturalpigments.com

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Aqueous pigment dispersions are pigments premixed and dispersed in water ready to use with casein. Pigment dispersions from Rublev Colours contain only naturally-derived ingredients in addition to pigment and water making them ideally suited for traditional and natural mediums. Unlike other dispersions made for acrylic medium they do not contain solvents artificial dispersants and additives that interfere with natural mediums. Aqueous Pigment Dispersions for Casein

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Dispersion Primaries Set Rublev Colours Aqueous Dispersions are pigments dispersed in water ready to be mixed with water-based mediums. These dispersions are especially made for use with traditional painting mediums such as egg tempera casein tempera fresco watercolors and distemper glue tempera. They are also ideally suited for use with gesso to make toned grounds for drawing and painting.

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Basic Dispersion Set Rublev Colours Aqueous Dispersions do not contain coalescent solvents artificial dispersing resins and other additives that interfere with natural mediums. Aqueous Dispersions make preparing traditional mediums easy you do not have to hassle with powders grinding pigments in medium and calculating binder ratios to make water-based paint. They make adding the right amount of paint binder such as egg yolk a no brainer because the right amount of water is already contained in the dispersion simply add egg yolk.

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Maya Blue Maya Blue developed by the Maya who ruled Mesoamerica from about 290 to 900 C.E. is a remarkable pigment based on a blue dye precipitated onto clay. The blue is perhaps the most striking color used by Maya artists a color so extraordinary that it generated much research and debate among scientists for more than 50 years. What is particularly interesting about Maya Blue is that despite long exposure to light and high humidity for centuries it hardly fades. Its unprecedented stability defies exposure to alkalies acids and chemical solvents. Maya Blue is a mixture of both inorganic paylgorskite clay and organic blue dye elements -- no known organic pigments today can come close to the stability of Maya Blue over so many years.

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Ultramarine Blue Green Shade Ultramarine Blue is a synthetic inorganic blue pigment consisting of a double silicate of aluminum and sodium with sulfide and occurs in nature as a component of the semi-precious stone lapis lazuli. Rublev Colours Aqueous Dispersions are pigments dispersed in water ready to be mixed with water- based mediums. These dispersions are especially made for use with traditional painting mediums such as egg tempera casein tempera fresco watercolors and distemper glue tempera. They are also ideally suited for use with gesso to make toned grounds for drawing and painting.

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