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Art And Hobby Paints

Hobby Paints

Dyes; is a paint that can be used on many different surfaces used in the hobby industry today. Depending on the surface to be used, depending on the chemical structure and of course the colors vary according to the colors. Acrylic paints are used in many hobby techniques, mainly wood painting, nowadays. Ceramic paints are divided in...

Hobby Paints

Dyes; is a paint that can be used on many different surfaces used in the hobby industry today. Depending on the surface to be used, depending on the chemical structure and of course the colors vary according to the colors. Acrylic paints are used in many hobby techniques, mainly wood painting, nowadays. Ceramic paints are divided into two groups as glazed and underglazed and according to the series they have many kinds. Gilding paints are imitation paints with metal colors which have the main colors such as gold, silver.

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  • Acrylic Paints

    * Cadence decorative painting, home decor and general craft/hobby projects used for each purpose, premium quality acrylic paint.

    Semi-matte is verniklener to the desired brightness can be reached. A wide range of colors, can be mixed with each other, the color gamut is available.
    Long shelf life in the packaging that caters to different needs and with different weights.
    Wood, mdf, raw ceramic, metal, stone and canvas can be used. Thanks to special pigments, high has the power to shutdown. Quality standards, Non-toxic,smooth and creamy that can be easy; can be easily cleaned with soap and water while it is wet.
     
    Can be used on any surface: wood, mdf, canvas, plaster, papier-mache, resin, candle, wall, fabric, leather, Styrofoam, ceramic, porcelain, polymer clay, watercolor paper, metal.
  • Hybrid Multisurfaces

    Specifically formulated for all surfaces that can be easily driven craft industries is a new generation water-based acrylic paint.
    Wood, glass, ceramic, porcelain, fabric, polyester, leather, plastic, metal, wall, styrofoam, and paper on all types of surfaces, such as high ensures that it is closed.
    Can be used indoors and outdoors.
    Does not require primer and sanding.
    Super-smooth and durable paint.
    Diluted should be used on leather and cloth.
    You must wait 12 hours for the second floor on the glass.
    Does not contain harmful substances. Meets CE and EN71 regulations.

  • Oil Paint

    Oil paint
    What is the technique of oil painting, how to make an oil painting, what are the necessary materials to make an oil painting?

    Materials used in oil painting: canvas, easel, oil paint brushes, painting oil, linseed oil, turpentine, spatula, palette, oil painting papers, oil paint medium, oil paint varnish etc. Let's get to know these products and their features in order.

    The answer we will give to the question of what is oil paint is briefly; These are the paints produced for oil painting technique by mixing the pigments with some special liquids, crushing and rolling them. Oil paint is a dense pasty material with flexible properties that does not shrink when dry. Oil paint consists of oil, pigment, turpentine and binders. As binders, in oil paint: linseed oil or poppy oil, resin, beeswax and turpentine are used. Oil paint is a paint with concealer feature. Since Oil Paint is oil-based, it dries late, can be thinned with turpentine, and brushes can be washed with chemicals such as turpentine and thinner. Oil paint is the most advantageous painting technique as it dries slowly, allows for overlapping and corrections at every stage of the work. It can be applied with a brush or spatula. Its density can be changed with turpentine and oil.

    Linen oil and similar oils used in oil paint production dry out leaving a thin layer on the surface. In addition, solvents are used to ensure that the oil paint has a certain consistency for easy application, drying agents are used to accelerate drying, and mediums that adjust the degree of gloss or opacity are used. When oil paint is applied to the picture, it evaporates and the drying oil oxidizes to form a solid, dry layer. Catalysts called "driers" or "accelerators" are also added to the paint to make it dry faster. Also, topcoat and binder etc. as a concealer into the oil paint. chemicals are also included.

    The quality of the oil paint is determined by the quality of the pigments used in the production stage, the quality of the oil, solvent, resin and mediums used, the crushing stage of the paint and the number of times it is rolled. The quality, color and brightness of oil paints vary according to the purity of the pigment used and the material from which it is obtained. The characteristics of a quality oil paint can be listed as follows: the brightness of the paint, the clarity of the paint, its covering property, its good crushing, easy application, and being produced from high quality pigments.

    Pigments can be mineral or organic, natural or synthetic. Today, synthetic pigments are generally used. The materials that hold the pigments together by making them sticky are called binders. Binders allow the paint to adhere to the canvas. Oils used in oil paint production do not evaporate by evaporation like water, but dries by oxidation, that is, by absorbing oxygen from the air. Linseed oil dries easily but is prone to yellowing. Poppy oil is transparent, does not turn yellow, but dries late.

    Oil paints according to these properties:

    * Student type oil paints

    * Studio (professional) oil paints

    * Artist can be classified as oil paints.

    In recent years, for students and asthma etc. Water-based oil paints and fast-drying Alkyd oil paints have been produced for those with ailments.

    Oil paints are usually sold in tubes of the following dimensions:

    * In 37-38 ml tubes. For example; Winsor&Newton Winton Oil Paints, Pebeo XL Huile Fine, Daler Rowney Georgian Oil Paints, Lukas Studio Oil Paints, Lukas 1862 Artist Oil Paints, Schmincke Mussini Artist Oil Paints

    * In 40 ml tubes. For example; Van Gogh, Sennelier Professional Oil Paints, Lefranc&Bourgeois Fine Oil Paints, Rembrandt Oil Paints

    *In 45 ml tubes. For example; Phoenix Oil Paint

    * In 60 ml tubes. For example; Maimeri Classico Oil Paint

    * In 75 ml tubes. For example; Daler Rowney Georgian Oil Painting

    * In 180 ml tubes. For example; Phoenix Oil Paint

    * In 200 ml tubes. For example; Winsor&Newton Winton Oil Paints, Schmicke Akademie Oil Paints, Pebeo XL Huile Fine Oil Paints, Maimeri Classico Oil Paints

    * In 225 ml tubes. For example; Daler Rowney Georgian Oil Painting

    * In 500 ml jars. Black, white colors and primary colors are available.

    You can get all the oil paint brands listed above at affordable prices on our website www.ankasanat.com.

    There is information on the oil paint tubes indicating the properties of that oil paint. Each pigment has different drying time, lightfastness, opaqueness or transparency.

    It shows these and similar features with some shapes on the paints.

    * * or + signs ** showing the resistance of the pigment from which the paint is produced against light in external factors** light fastness is low

    *** light fastness medium

    **** Artist series paints with high light fastness

    ***** in Artist series paints with very high light fastness

    Signs indicating whether oil paint is concealer or transparent

    * ■ Concealing

    * ◩ Semi-covering

  • PAINT AUXILIARY MATERIALS

    * Vintage and shabby chic, which can easily be aged in order to obtain the views of a water-based, ultra-matte, velvety paint.Does not require any primer or sanding operation.Adhere easily to all surfaces, including slippery surfaces. Closes with one coat of color the most. It dries quickly. With special wax and varnish velvet may terminate this product.Cleaned with soap and water. Does not contain harmful substances.

  • Metallic Paint
    * For decorative purposes, ready-to-use, water-based paint that gives a marble effect, dry.
    From MDF wood and painted with acrylic paint to tone Marble effect on the floor should be suitable in the application. Raw ceramic can be applied directly. It is recommended to apply 2 coats.
    Marble effect with a brush is driven in a dense manner.
    Sturdy and gives the appearance of natural marble solid surface Marble effect you apply.
    As in nature, never the wife of a famous painting, and so forth. Metallic and opaque options.
    While it is wet can be cleaned easily with soap and water. Can be used on any surface: wood, mdf, canvas, plaster, papier-mache, resin, candle, wall, fabric, leather, Styrofoam, ceramic, porcelain, polymer clay,watercolor paper, metal.
  • Effect Paints

    * Marble effect is a high quality, water based paint for creating the actual look of marble. For wood and mdf executions, the acrylic basecoating color should be harmonius with marble effect color. For ceramic bisque, it can be applied directly. 2 coats recommended. Applied with brush intensely. Marble Effect allows you to paint any object to give an impression of a solid and massive natural marble stone. Just like the natural characteristics of marble, no two painted pieces will be idenctial. Every painted object is truly unique metallic and opaque options are avaliable. Cleans up easily with soap and water. Non toxic. Certified by EN 71 & CE

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