Matisse Fluid: The Artist's Choice for Fluid Acrylic Paint
Discover the world of vibrant, high-pigment colours with Matisse Fluid Acrylics. Our fluid acrylics, with their smooth, runny but slightly dense viscosity, are designed to bring your artwork to life. Each colour boasts an ASTM rating of I or II, indicating excellent lightfastness and complete opacity when used directly from the container. Whether blending them with other paints or using them independently, Matisse Fluid Acrylics offer unmatched versatility and compatibility. Explore our brilliant range of 40 colours and experience the difference today.
Features at a glance
Vibrant Fluid Acrylic Colours
Experience the vibrancy of 40 brilliant colours. Our Matisse Fluid Acrylic Paint, similar to ink in consistency, delivers intense hues for your artwork.
Various Sizes of Fluid Acrylic Paint
Choose from our convenient sizes. Matisse Fluid Acrylic Paint is available in 36ml and 135ml options to suit your needs.
Lightfast Fluid Acrylic Pain
Create lasting artwork. Our Matisse Fluid Acrylic Paint is archival quality and long-lasting, ensuring your art stands the test of time
Intense Colours with No Dilution Needed
Experience the power of undiluted vibrancy with Matisse Fluid Acrylic Paint. Our formula delivers intense, vibrant colours straight from the tube, eliminating the need for dilution.
True-to-Colour Labels of Matisse Fluidl
Know exactly what you're getting. Each Matisse Fluid Acrylic Paint bottle features a painted brushed sample of the actual colour, providing an accurate preview of the paint inside.
Compatibility of Matisse Fluid
Mix and match with confidence. Matisse Fluid Acrylic Paint is fully compatible with all Matisse Mediums, allowing for endless possibilities in your artwork
Fluid acrylic paint, such as Matisse Fluid, is a unique form of acrylic paint thinner than traditional acrylics. Despite its more liquid-like consistency, it retains a high pigment load, producing intense, vibrant colours.
Unlike thicker acrylic paints, fluid acrylics flow easily, making them versatile for various artistic techniques. They're perfect for detailed brushwork where precision is required, but they're also ideal for techniques that take advantage of their flowing nature, such as pouring directly onto the canvas or staining.
One of the standout characteristics of Matisse Fluid is its ASTM rating of I or II, indicating Very Good to Excellent Lightfastness. This means that the colours resist fading, even when exposed to light, ensuring the longevity of your artwork.
Matisse Fluid is also completely opaque when used directly from the container, providing solid and vibrant colours that can stand independently. However, they can also be easily spread with a brush or mixed with water to reveal colour graduation, offering artists a range of possibilities from dark, intense applications to lighter washes.
Moreover, Matisse Fluid is available in a brilliant range of 40 colours, offering a broad palette for artists to choose from. They are entirely compatible with our Structure and Flow formula paints, allowing them to be blended together or used on the same artwork.
The consistency of Matisse Fluid allows for precise drop-by-drop addition to any of the Matisse range of acrylic paints, making it ideal for tinting. The precise ratio of tint to paint can be easily replicated, providing consistency across your work.
In summary, fluid acrylic paint, particularly Matisse Fluid, offers a unique combination of versatility, intensity, and precision, making it a valuable addition to any artist's toolkit.
Matisse Fluid is designed to be user-friendly and adaptable to various artistic techniques. Its smooth, slightly dense viscosity makes it a joy to work with, whether you're a beginner or an experienced artist.
One of the critical features of Matisse Fluid is its readiness to use straight from the bottle. There's no need for additional preparation - open the bottle and start creating. This makes it an excellent choice for artists who want to dive straight into their work.
However, Matisse Fluid is also highly compatible with various mediums. You can mix it with other mediums to achieve different effects, textures, and finishes. Whether you want to increase transparency, improve flow, or add texture, Matisse Fluid can be adjusted to meet your needs.
When it comes to application, Matisse Fluid is incredibly versatile. You can apply it with a brush for traditional painting techniques or use a palette knife for more expressive, textured work. The smooth, flowing nature of Matisse Fluid also makes it ideal for pouring techniques, allowing you to run it directly onto the canvas for fluid, organic shapes and patterns.
One of the unique aspects of Matisse Fluid is its suitability for precise, drop-by-drop addition to any of the Matisse range of acrylic paints. This is particularly useful for tinting, where the exact ratio of tint to paint can significantly impact the final result. With Matisse Fluid, you can easily replicate the precise ratio of tint to paint, ensuring consistency across your work.
In summary, painting with Matisse Fluid offers a world of possibilities. Its versatility, ease of use, and compatibility with other mediums and paints make it a valuable tool for any artist. Whether you're creating detailed brushwork, expressive textures, or fluid pours, Matisse Fluid can help bring your artistic vision to life.
When it comes to the world of acrylic paints, understanding the differences between various types can help artists select the right paint for their specific project. Two terms often come up are "fluid paint" and "pouring paint", and while they may seem similar, they are not always the same.
Fluid paint, like Matisse Fluid, is a type of acrylic paint with a thinner, more liquid-like consistency than traditional acrylics. This unique consistency makes liquid paint versatile for various techniques, from detailed brushwork to more expressive methods.
Pouring paint, on the other hand, is typically designed specifically for pouring techniques, a popular form of abstract art where paint is poured directly onto the canvas and manipulated by tilting the canvas in different directions. Pouring paint is often pre-mixed with a pouring medium, which helps the paint flow more easily and dry with a smooth, glossy finish.
While fluid paint can certainly be used for pouring techniques due to its thinner consistency, not all pouring colours are fluid acrylics. They are traditionally using a pouring medium. to give the paints may have a thicker consistency.
What sets Matisse Fluid apart is its versatility. It's thin enough for pouring techniques yet pigmented enough for detailed brushwork. This makes Matisse Fluid a fantastic choice for artists who want the flexibility to explore various techniques with a single type of paint.
Matisse Mediums are designed to work in conjunction with the Matisse Flow and Structure Acrylic paints to create a highly versatile painting system. The mediums in the kit were specifically selected for maximum flexibility and usefulness to acrylic artists who will find endless new creative possibilities for their artwork.
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