ACRYLIC VALLEJO STUDIO The pigments used are both inorganic and organic. Inorganic pigments have been used since antiquity and the vast majority are derived from or extracted from minerals and clays, such as natural earths, siennas, and ochres. Also the pigments titanium, carbon, ultramarine blue, cobalt and cadmium belong to this category. Many of them are currently synthesised in industrial processes. Organic pigments are more modern, developed at the beginning of the 20th century thanks to new synthesis methods in organic chemistry. These synthetic pigments are now a very important group in the manufacture of artists' colours, producing brilliant and luminous shades of extraordinary intensity with excellent stability and permanence. The range of organic pigments is now very extensive and includes azo pigments, blues, greens, phthalocyanines, dioxacins, pyrroles, anthraquinones, quinacridones,
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The Acrylic Studio Vallejo range of colours is made from a selection of artist's pigments chosen for their maximum stability and lightfastness, dispersed in a 100% acrylic emulsion. No fillers or pigments derived from heavy metals such as cadmium or cobalt are used, but they contain matting agents that give the colours a satin finish. The colours have a thick and creamy consistency, maintaining the strokes or volumes created with a brush or spatula, forming a film of excellent adhesion, flexibility and resistance. ACRYLIC STUDIO VALLEJO They are waterproof, non-yellowing and UV resistant. The range is complemented by metallic, fluorescent and iridescent colours. All colours can be mixed and matched with our mediums, gels and textures.