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Wholesale Acrylic Paint

When looking to work creatively or commercially, acrylic paint is a great option for its quick drying capabilities. Wholesale acrylic paint is readily available for commercial applications as well, but many times, professional artists, schools, and other entities will purchase wholesale acrylic paint for the manipulability of acrylic paints when mixed with water.

By mixing whole acrylic paint with water, artists can achieve a finished paint look ranging from the pastels found in watercolors to depth and richness of a traditional oil-based painting. Additionally, the flexibility of acrylic paint as an art medium when diluted with water also proves to be an attractive quality for budget conscious institutions and schools funding art projects with wholesale acrylic paint.

Although the quick-drying capabilities of acrylic paint prove attractive in some regards, they also require some special considerations. For example, the quick-drying nature of wholesale acrylic paints requires the use of art retarders that will slow the drying process slightly to allow the manipulation of multiple colors of whole acrylic paints. Depending on the type of painting with acrylic that one is creating, the dry time for acrylic paints can be as short as ten minutes, and generally without the addition of retarders, would never be more than twenty minutes on a traditional canvas. Additionally, wholesale acrylic paint is excellent for thinning with water; however, a mixture of more than thirty percent of water with the wholesale acrylic paint will leave paint unstable on a canvas. Otherwise some other acrylic painting tips include knowing that wholesale acrylic paints will, when dried on a canvas, are virtually water-resistant. After drying, the placement of wholesale acrylic paint on a canvas is permanent, more or less, and when using a solvent to remove acrylic paint, the results prove less than ideal.

Another great aspect of acrylic paint is found in the ability of artists to alter the final appearance of a painting through mixing either gloss, matte, varnish, or topcoat chemicals in with the acrylic paint to give the finished acrylic painting the sheen, or lack of sheen, that an artist desires. Getting started with acrylics is generally the first choice of most painters simply because acrylic paints can be modified to almost any creative project. Acrylic painting for beginners is also a good idea, because other painting mediums can prove extremely cost prohibitive at times as well.

Since the early history of acrylic paints in the 1950’s, commercial artists and painters have turned to acrylic painting for the modifiable properties of acrylic painting. Acrylic paint can be changed to suit each projects requirement in texture, density, look, gloss, and even in thickness, which can be used to make an appearance of a relief paining rather than a typical acrylic painting. The ability of acrylic paints, especially tailor-made wholesale acrylic paints, to adhere to almost any commercial surface, not to mention the always receptive artist’s canvas, is truly a relief to commercial artists working on a constantly rotating number and types of surfaces.


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