Golden HIGH FLOW - you're gonna love this!

I am loving the new High Flow...a new super low viscosity acrylic paint line from Golden, that can go from brush to marker or from fountain pen to airbrush and more.

From fine line detail work to broad strokes, High Flow Acrylic has an ink-like consistency that lends itself to a wide range of techniques, and a wide range of artists.

One of the biggest wow factors for artists comes from putting High Flow Acrylics in empty, refillable markers, such as those made by Montana and Molotow, as well as dauber and mop options currently more common with street art and graffiti-style art.

Many fine artists have never even considered the idea of refillable markers, but when introduced to the idea, they love it! Not only do they get the reliable permanence of an acrylic, they can mix their own colors and choose the style of marker and nib for their specific application.

Check it are gonna love these new paints!!!


Anonymous said...

Thank you for this post, it gave me the answer I've been looking for. I have been wondering if I should water down or use a flow medium to thin my acrylics so they act more like ink. Love your blog, looking forward to seeing more! - Firewoman61

Tesia Blackburn said...

Thanks for the feedback. I'm so glad the information is useful! Stay tuned, you'll see more posts, especially about my new book, Acrylic Painting With Passion. It's live on Amazon for pre-order, out in bookstores in March 2014! Yay!!

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