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Transparants/opaques, reducing and viscosity

Discussion in 'General Airbrush Tutorials' started by haasje dutchairbrush, Apr 4, 2015.


  1. redcore

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    Yes, you can make transparent paints "opaque" by adding white / black, but that increases brightness / darkness of the paint and decreases saturation. basically it makes them looking more "neutral" like. That's why you have to be very careful when using white / black in transparent paints.
    And tbh I hate adding black into any paint because it makes the paint looking "dirty / muddy".
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    Thanks..you are fantastic !!!!
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