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Intense Translucents
unpainted bisque
Highly concentrated hues rich in vivid color pigments.


paint acrylic color Kimple Intense Translucents is an oil based product that can be
used to create a variety of different effects.



How to use Intense Translucents
1. Basecoat bisque carefully with #750 Bisque Primer.
Cover bisque smoothly and thoroughly with 2 coats.
----WHEN YOUR BASE COAT IS DRY.
----TEST BY BRUSHING WATER OVER ENTIRE PIECE.
----YOU WILL BE ABLE TO SEE THE PLACES MISSED.
----REAPPLY THE BISQUE PRIMER TO THESE AREAS AND LET DRY THOROUGHLY.

2. After basecoat is dry, apply desired Intense Translucent to bisque using a
sable filbert brush to appropriate area.

3. Using a cloth or quality paper towel, wipe or pat back the applied color
to desired intensity.
...If a less intense color is desired, use water or Antique Media to pat back color.
......Using water to wipe back will pull more color off of the piece then the use of
.......Antique Media will.
....Antique Media will blend the color more subtilely.

4. If desired, using either of the following methods,
....apply another color of Intense Translucents to this initial color:
--Rouging- To use a quality paper towel to apply additional colors to the initial color,
-------Tip a section of towel (VIVA PAPER TOWELS) with a small amount of the selected
-------Intense Translucent from your pallet.
---------Rub the color onto a clean area of your pallet to
---------distribute the color evenly into the towel tip.
------Then rub the color onto the desired area of the ceramic piece.
-Applying color with a towel creates a highlighted or “rouged” effect.
--Brush Application- To use a brush to apply additional color to the initial color,
....simply use a sable filbert brush to apply the desired color to the selected area and pat the color back with a towel.
-Applying color with a brush removes more of the initial translucent then rouging, resulting in a more vivid secondary color.

5. After every area of the piece has been completed,
carefully spray the piece with Matte fixative in a well ventilated area.
Do not over apply the fixative.
Intense Translucents will remain slightly tacky until dry and fixed with a sealer


Notes::
Always refer to label instructions for proper application and usage.
  Group: Kimple
PRODUCTS
Section:
No-Fire Color

Kimple Opaque Stain 900- Opaque Stain 

Kimple Intense Translucents 700- Oil-Based Intense Translucents 


Kimple Paste Oil-based Antiques 1000 Paste Oil-based Antiques 

Pickling Stains Pickling Stains 

Kimple Metallics 900 Metallics 

Kimple Specialty Products Specialty Products 

Kimple Painting Terms n Abbreviations Painting Terms n Abbreviations  


Duncan Non Fired Goto Duncan Non-Fire Colors

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All pieces can also
be ordered Finished.


Prices showed are for
unpainted Bisque:
"Ready to Paint"

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Ordering Information

Intense Translucents Non-Fire
"Ready-to-Paint" "We'll Show You How!.. You'll LOVE the results"
Ceramics
Bisque
All 1/2 oz. Jar $ 3.45 each

700
Intense Translucents
White
701
Intense Translucents
Black
702
Intense Translucents
Walnut
also #740 2 oz. jar $6.75
703
Intense Translucents
Spiced Brown
704
Intense Translucents
Taupe
705
Intense Translucents
Ruby
706
Intense Translucents
Tangerine
707
Intense Translucents
Evergreen
708
Intense Translucents
Emerald
709
Intense Translucents
topaz
710
Intense Translucents
Sunshine
711
Intense Translucents
Sapphire
712
Intense Translucents
Amethyst
713
Intense Translucents
Primrose
714
Intense Translucents
Teal
715
Intense Translucents
Burgundy
716
Intense Translucents
Angel Flesh
717
Intense Translucents
Mushroom
718
Intense Translucents
Amber
719
Intense Translucents
Ebony

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