Atelier Interactive is the only artists’ acrylic that allows an artist to have complete control over its drying speed. Atelier Interactive is a fast drying, professional artists’ acrylic with a smooth and buttery consistency. It offers exceptional pigment loading, and lightfastness and has a velvety satin finish.
With their body and richness, Atelier paints offer the artist a multitude of choices.
We also offer a range of Atelier mediums to further enhance your paintings.
You will find that you can do the normal fast drying techniques that everyone uses every day and you can also mix Atelier Interactive with other brands. So when it dries at its own natural speed, expect it to take approximately 10-30 minutes depending on the thickness of its application.
To ‘prolong’ the drying
You will find that you can easily prolong the drying time for more blending. When Atelier Interactive starts to dry, you can add a small amount of Unlocking Formula into the paint with a brush, which will prolong the drying of the paint. This process can be repeated every time the paint begins to dry.
To ‘reactivate’ after it's dry
You will find that even if your painting has dried you can reactivate any area that you want to by adding a generous amount of Unlocking Formula. The Unlocking Formula will permeate through the layer of dried paint making it wet again. When you have finished painting after using the Unlocking Formula your painting will still dry quickly.
A range of satin finish colours which will adhere to any non-shiny, non-greasy surface. Winsor & Newton Finity Acrylic Colours are extremely versatile and can be used for a variety of techniques. Although Acrylics are easily diluted and can be cleaned with water when wet, Acrylics are waterproof when dry, which makes them ideal for outdoor and class work.
Liquid Spectrum is a non-toxic, acrylic based artists’ colour. It is suitable for use with brush, pen, colourshapers or airbrush and will adhere to most clean, non-greasy surfaces including paper, board, metal, glass, certain types of plastic, acetate and fabric. The brilliant transparent colours of Liquid Spectrum have many applications. They can be used wet in wet, for graduated and multi-coloured washes, for tinting paper, calligraphy, multi-media works and even as a 'traditional' watercolour when diluted with water.