Chroma Archival Oils are a professional artist's oil that's accessible to students and amateurs. Archival Series 1 Oils offer a complete mixing palette of affordable colors that are highly pigmented, permanent, and much more satisfying to use than traditional all-one-price student-grade paints. Unique benefits of Archival Oils include: freedom of technique, fast drying time and flexibility.
Acrylics will never be the same again. Chroma Atelier Interactive Professional Artists Acrylic paint is both "traditional" and "revolutionary". Interactive, when used in conjunction with a simple water sprayer, can be kept wet and workable for as long as needed to complete and unify a painting — then dries rapidly as desired. It can even be "reopened" weeks and months later with the use of Unlocking Formula.
See how to create amazing texture in your acrylic painting with Chroma Atelier Impasto Gel and Modelling Compund. This video will show the differences of these two mediums and which one to select based on your painting needs.
Acrylic image transfers are easy to create and can add a new dimension to your artwork. This video will show you how to make image transfers and integrate into a painting with Chroma Atelier Impasto Gel - a thick acrylic gel that dries clear and offers strong bonding properties.
This example show how to transfer an image directly onto your surface using Chroma Atelier Modelling Compound. Also watch our other Chroma videos for more ideas and information about this unique line of products.
Chroma Atelier Unlocking Formula allows artists to "open" their Chroma Atelier acrylic paint any time they want - even weeks after paint has dried! This video will show you what can be achieved in your painting with the use of this special medium.
This water-based acrylic emulsion is used for preparing and sealing acrylic painting surfaces. It promotes good adhesion of paint and prevents moisture loss into the substrate. It is also used for isolation and barrier coats between layers. See how it works!
This video will show a novel technique for incorporating layers or collage into your painting using Chroma Atelier acyrlick paint and Binder medium.
See Atelier Interactive acrylic paint in action. Internationally renowned artist Mitch Waite shows how Atelier Interactive acrylics can be used in traditional acrylic techniques or "re-opened" even days after the paint is dry for blending colors, removing paint and other special techniques.
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