Art to Art offers a range of pigment powders in metallic, vibrant and earthy tones. Just getting started or need more than one colour? Check out our pigment sets by Jacquard Pearl. They come in multiple sizes, from 12 pigments all the way up to 32 incredible colours.
How do you use pigment powder?
Pigment powder for art - Ideal for adding to your pouring medium to make fluid art, or mixing with pre-made paint colours to create your own blend. With dry pigments, the opportunities are endless—whether your craft is fine art or wall art.
Pigment powder for crafts - Whether you’re working with plaster or making your own jewellery, pigment powder can be mixed, sprinkled, or swirled into your medium of choice to tint it with colour or add an unusual visual effect.
Pigment powder for resin - Simply add a small amount of powder to your resin and hardener mix, and you’re good to go.
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What is pigment powder?
Pigment powders are colour in its most raw form this is then added give colour to paint and other mediums.
Are powdered pigments the same as mica powder?
.mica powders are used for metallic colours as metals cannot be used as waterbased products such as acrylic would tarnish the metal
What can you add dry pigment to?
You can add dry pigment to almost anything, including but not limited to:
- UV resin
- Acrylic paint
- Epoxy resin
- Acrylic & Oil mediums
- Concrete sealer
- Chalk paint