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Wildlife Colors Airbrush Paint anyone use?
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Posted 18 December 2005 - 06:24 PM
I am always looking for a better paint to spray. I came across Wildlife Colors airbrush paint. I was just wondering if anyone had used these before. The prices weren't bad and they have transparent, pearl, metallic, iridescent, and fluorescent colors as well as opaque. I have pasted their pitch below. They can be found at BearAir.
"Wildlife Colors Airbrush Paints are water-based acrylic paints developed to replace solvent-based paint products. State of the art pigment preparation and new acrylic polymer research places this coating on the cutting edge of paint technology. Through extensive research and experimentation, Wildlife colors is the finest water reducible airbrush paint system available today.
Using specialized manufacturing techniques, the pigments are ground to an ink fine consistency. Wildlife Colors are non-toxic and free of extender pigments, resulting in a pure paint which flows better, has brighter, cleaner colors, and overall better performance characteristics. Wildlife colors are infinitely compatible with water, allowing the user to control coverage and opacity.
Superior coating for various applications
Superior adhesion to any surface
Ready to use
Fewer spits and blockages
Easy to cleanup
Shelf life of 5+ years
Freeze thaw stable
Flash point of over 200o F
Overnight delivery of stock colors/non-red label "
Posted 18 December 2005 - 11:04 PM
Looks pretty nice on their website and the prices are very good compared to other brands formulated for airbrushing. Thanks for the referral.
Posted 19 December 2005 - 04:43 PM
You guys may want to do a search for some other posts on wildlife colors.If I'm not mistaken there have been a few that have had some disappointing results.I've not used it myself,but recall seeing some derogitory posts.
Posted 19 December 2005 - 08:34 PM
Thanks guys, thats just the kind of information that I was looking for. I figured someone had tried them out.