#1 Place for Craft Supplies, Art Supplies, Artist Materials and Kids Crafts

ChromaTemp Artists' Tempera Paint

by Chroma Inc.


ChromaTemp is quality liquid tempera formulated for posters, windows, and crafts. Will not settle or separate. Brilliant, vibrant, and opaque colors are all intermixable and clean up with water. Some colors are also available in metallic or fluorescent. Use with brushes, rollers, fingers, or a sponge. High quality, pigment rich ChromaTemp is designed to be used full strength. Non-toxic CP seal-approved. Packaged in unbreakable plastic bottles.

Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest

Ask a question about ChromaTemp Artists' Tempera Paint Ask a question about this product  |  See all questions & answers (1)

ChromaTemp Artists' Tempera Paint

by Chroma Inc.

Average User Rating: Based on (9 Reviews)

5 9

cwb from raleigh,nc says:

I think the Chroma brand is my favorite paint of temperas. I use it to teach seniors in assisted living, and have used this paint for more than five years. The results are very satisfactory to the painters....[more]

[Read All Reviews] [Write a Review]









  Item# Image color
Ascending
size Manufacturer Number List Price
Non-Member
Price
VIP Member
Club Price
Quantity
Add to Favorites
01322
ChromaTemp Artists' Tempera Paint each
Zoom Image
each 9780764165795 $18.99 $17.09 10% Off $15.19 20% Off Email When In Stock

Click the to add item to your Favorites.



Please wait...
You May Also Like...

ChromaTemp Pearlescent Tempera Paint

by Chroma Inc.

Intermixable colors with a brilliant, rich luster

From $2.47

Polyfoam Brushes

by Jen Manufacturing, Inc.

For smooth, even application

From $0.25

Aurora Washable Tempera

by Chroma Inc.

Cleans up with soap and water

From $2.06

How to get VIP Club Prices
Anyone can be a VIP Member with:
  • Additional savings on all products
  • Express order handling
  • Exclusive promotions
  • Priority customer service
Only $25/year

Learn More »

Product Questions and Answers

Ask a Question
Ask a Question

Can I paint over Tempera with acrylic or watercolor?

- Asked by LGatto on 19-May-13
Answer

Tempura paint can be mixed with watercolor paints and technically also with acrylic paints, but not with oil paints. However, it is not really advised to mix with acrylics due to many differences in binders, flexibility, color brilliance, and permanency.

- Answered by MisterArt on 23-May-13

Ask a Question About ChromaTemp Artists' Tempera Paint


Your email will not be shared. We will only use your email address to respond to your question. When asking your question, please be as descriptive as possible, it will allow us to give you the most accurate answer possible.

Customer Product Reviews
Write a Review
Write a Review
Rated by: cwb in raleigh,nc
I think the Chroma brand is my favorite paint of temperas. I use it to teach seniors in assisted living, and have used this paint for more than five years. The results are very satisfactory to the painters. People are surprised at their results. Thank you.
Rated by: Raeann L. in Boise, ID
I am happy with the products received. I also appreciate the e-mail stating you were out of a product. It would be very useful to receive another e-mail sent out when you do have the product in stock. When I received the order the gallons of paint were dented. I'm not sure if it was the shipping company or the containers they were shipped in that failed, however when shipping and handling is paid it is expected that the products be in perfect condition when received. Overall I am happy with my expierence with MisterArt.com.
Rated by: Ellen H. in Normal, IL
I really like the way this tempera covered the area I was painting. It holds its color very well too.
Rated by: Kalen M. in Berkeley, CA
This is the best tempera paint I have ever used and I use a lot. Colors are great (I usually mix them), they don't rot and they are thick enought that paint pots don't spill when knocked over. They can be thinned to work like watercolors as well.
Rated by: Colleen S. in Rochester Hills, MI
My adult students like these paints quite a bit. They said the texture is very workable and the colors mix well to make other colors on the color wheel.
Rated by: camilo g. in Lancaster, OH
Very good tempera. It can be mixed with anything and works fine.
Rated by: camilo g. in Lancaster, OH
Good product. It blends OK with other colors. Most unfurtunate it comes in a very bad designed plastic jar. Be prepare to paint your fingers every time you use it.
Rated by: Laura S. in Baton Rouge, LA
This tempera paint is an excellent student-quality product, although it does not work well for color-mixing, it is economical and gives good coverage.
Rated by: Kate K. in Geneva, IL
The fluorescent paint is excellent. It is not completely opaque, so it was perfect for painting posters over drawn black outlines without obscuring the lines. It glows brightly under black light and mixes very well to create new colors. We made all the Scooby Doo colors: brown(for Scooby), turquoise(his collar), flesh tones(with added white), purple(for Daphne), ugly greens and browns(for monsters). Even mixing with standard non-fluorescent tempera only diminished the black light glow slightly.

Write a Product Review for ChromaTemp Artists' Tempera Paint

Add Your Review

Tell us what you think. We appreciate you taking the time to share your opinion with other artists and crafters. Please keep your review detailed and specific.

Product reviews are intended to be a resource for artists interested in product quality and use. MisterArt.com reserves the right not to post any product review or to remove any published product review at any time without notice. Published reviews must conform to MisterArt.com guidelines. Your review may be posted on this page within five to ten business days.

Tips on Writing Reviews
Rating Scale
  • (5-Star) Excellent
  • (4-Star) Good
  • (3-Star) Average
  • (2-Star) Fair
  • (1-Star) Poor
Do:
  • Give your perspective on how you used the product and why you liked or disliked it.
  • Keep your reviews short enough to hold the audience's attention.
  • Be honest and mindful of others when providing editorial commentary.
Don't:
  • Include phone numbers, addresses, URLs, or HTML tags.
  • Write profanity, obscenities, vulgarities, or spiteful comments.
  • Make defamatory comments.
Please wait...
Please wait...