GOLDEN High Flow Colors
Golden High Flow Acrylics are airbrush-friendly paints that produce vibrant, high-color saturation results. Designed with airbrushing in mind, these acrylics provide superior flow and coverage for airbrush applications. They offer excellent adhesion to many surfaces, including canvases and fabrics, as well as a longer open time than other airbrush mediums. Golden High Flow Acrylics are highly pigmented and produce vivid results, with maximum color intensity even from low air pressure settings. These paints inspire airbrush artists to create beautiful works of art that last for years. For airbrushers who want to achieve the best possible results, Golden High Flow Acrylics are a must-have.
Formulated with 100% acrylic polymer dispersion, resulting in a durable paint layer with excellent water and chemical resistance.
Made with finely ground pigments to reduce clogging issues in small tips and nozzles.
Additives such as flow improvers, film levelers and retarders create a very thin and free-flowing paint.
Application use ranges from fine line-work to large passages on a variety of surfaces, such as paper, canvas, panel and other artist supports.
AIRBRUSH & SPRAYING:
HFAs spray very well through airbrushes with minimal clogging. Some pigments are not well suited for use in airbrushes with small nozzles and fine tips, so refer to the reference chart. Due to pigment particle differences, some colors will spray better than others (see table below.) If thinning is required, add small amounts of water into the paint. When a high degree of extending is required, use the GOLDEN Airbrush Transparent Extender.
The thin viscosity allows for spraying straight out of the container without the need for mediums or modifiers. Smaller airbrushes can be sprayed at 25-50 p.s.i. Larger spray equipment should be sprayed in the lower end of the equipment's recommendations to reduce overspray. HVLP Systems may be used with this paint line, although the nozzle sizes should be smaller, such as 1.4mm to avoid over atomization of spray which can result in a rougher, chalky paint surface.
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