Burnt Sienna (D 131) Acryla gouache (20 ml tube) reminds us of the huge trees in redwood forests of Northern California. This earthy red color is pretty versatile--we've seen it used in paintings of the sandy red cliffs of Southern Utah and in crisp autumny floral wreaths. We'd love to see what you come up with!
Holbein Acryla Gouache moves, reacts, blends and feels like traditional gum arabic gouache. Holbein Acryla Gouache is water resistant once dry.
Drying to a velvet matte finish; Holbein Acryla Gouache does not shift in color tone from liquid to dry color. What you see wet is what you get once dry.
Use water or gloss and matte mediums for washing or glazing. DO NOT mix with oil colors and oil mediums. You can mix it with watercolor or acrylic. Paint on non-oily surface. Keep brushes wet and clean with soap and water.