Non-toxic, powdered pigments that exhibit extreme colorfastness and stability. They are ideal for interior, exterior and archival applications, and can be incorporated into nearly every art process. Pearl Ex pigments can be mixed into any viscous medium including all paints, varnish, airbrush paints, polymer clay, etc. They can also be applied dry to wood, ceramics, paper, wax, or any porous surface. Neutral pH makes these excellent for stamping or embossing. Temperature resistance allows them to be fired in a kiln up to 600 degrees. Use Pearl Ex Powedered Pigments to simulate metallic sheens, shimmering pearlescents, leather, antique metal, raku pottery, hammered copper, and more. Colors are available individually or in sets.
Use Pearl Ex Powedered Pigments to simulate metallic sheens, shimmering pearlescents, leather, antique metal, raku pottery, hammered copper, and more.
Colors are available individually or in sets.
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Can this be used on drywall?- Asked by john landrum bryant on 30-Mar-14
Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments may be used on wood or any porous surface. Be sure to mix the pigment with a medium suitable for drywall.- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Apr-14
What is the difference between Macropearl and Micropearl?- Asked by kathy on 17-Dec-13
The difference is the particle sizes. Micropearl gives a fine pearly luster while Macropearl gives a highly metallic sheen.- Answered by MisterArt on 17-Dec-13
Can Pearl Ex Powdered Pigments be also used with resins?- Asked by Ray S on 13-Nov-13
Pigments can be used with any type of binder, even the pearlized ones.- Answered by MisterArt on 14-Nov-13
Can I use this product to re-color ceramic that is already finished (i.e. baked)?- Asked by Colleen Lipp on 14-Jun-13
It is pigment. If it is mixed with the proper medium, it can be used for anything.- Answered by MisterArt on 17-Jun-13
What medium can I use with this?- Asked by carole l. on 13-Apr-13
You can mix Pearl Ex with any clear medium over any surface. For example, you can mix Pearl Ex with a varnish, acrylic or solvent-based, as a coating over clay, wood, or paper. Jacquard recommends using the Jacquard Gum Arabic Medium with Pearl Ex Powders and add water for a watercolor paint effect. Mix Pearl Ex with the Jacquard Textile Colors Colorless Extender for use on fabrics.- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Apr-13
I am new to this product and would like to use it in conjunction with my oil painting. What would be the best medium to blend this product with?- Asked by Laura R on 06-Apr-13
Pearl Ex pigments can be mixed into any viscous medium including all paints, varnish, airbrush paints, polymer clay, etc. This will work with oil paints.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Apr-13
Can I mix the minerals to make new colors?- Asked by Laura R on 06-Apr-13
The powders are intermixable.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Apr-13
Is there a reason you don't have a true red and some other colors and how do you recommend attaining these colors?- Asked by Laura R on 06-Apr-13
Jacquard does not make these powders in standard primary colors. You can go onto the Jacquard website for a color mixing guide at: www.jacquardproducts.com.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Apr-13
Do you recommend sealing or varnishing, or lacquering on top of this product?- Asked by Laura R on 06-Apr-13
A sealer is always recommended as extra protection for your painting.- Answered by MisterArt on 09-Apr-13
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