Propylene pigments use the same color as advertisements and are also blended with water. But not thick. Compared with oil paints, propylene pigments have the following characteristics:
1. Water alkene can be released to facilitate cleaning.
2. Quick drying. Pigments can be dried in a few minutes after brushing, without having to wait a few months for polishing like oil paintings. Painters who like slow-drying pigments can use retardants to delay the drying time of pigments.
3. When the dye layer dries, it quickly loses its solubility and forms a tough, elastic impermeable film. The film is similar to rubber.
4. The color is full, thick and fresh. No matter how it is harmonized, it will not feel dirty or grey. There will never be oil absorption and fouling in the shading layer.
5. The durability of the work is longer. The oil film in the Large Abstract Paintings is easy to oxidize for a long time, and it becomes yellow and hard to make the picture crack. Acrylic film from theory will never brittle, and will never turn yellow.
6. The biggest difference between acrylic pigments and oil paints is that they have the operation characteristics of general water-based pigments, which can be used as watercolor and water powder.
7. Propene plastic ointment contains granule type, and there are coarse particles and fine particles, which provides convenience for the production of muscle.
8. Acrylic pigments are non-toxic and do no harm to the human body.
It should be noted that propylene painting should be painted on the base of propylene primer paint (GESSO), not on the oil base. Material experts also do not advocate mixing propylene with Large Modern Canvas Art, especially not Custom Canvas Painting on the propylene base, which is mainly for the permanent preservation of works. There are no adverse reactions between propylene and oil paints. When used alternately, the adhesion of propylene to oil paints needs to be tested by time.