Layer, smudge, blend and mix in your own individual style – intermixability allows you to combine any Liquitex Heavy Body & Soft Body Acrylics, Inks, Sprays, Markers and Mediums, any way you like. All Liquitex products are made with compatible binders for maximum versatility and archival quality. This means you can go your own way and create your own techniques. And that’s what being an artist is all about.
Liquitex Professional Soft Body acrylic gives excellent coverage, a satin finish and high levels of artist-quality pigment. Discover more here.
As pioneers of the first water-based acrylic paints in the 1950s, Liquitex makes the widest array of rich and vibrant acrylic colours in the world, allowing you to create vivid and vibrant works that are as rich and colourful as your imagination.
Each Liquitex paint feels just right – never too sticky or slippery. The low-odor acrylic resin base represents the latest in acrylic resin technology, offering increased open time and producing colours of great clarity. The paint films are highly flexible, durable, non-yellowing, UV resistant, water-resistant and pH neutral when dry. All Liquitex Professional Colors can be intermixed with each other and Liquitex Mediums.
The Professional Heavy Body, Soft Body, and Ink ranges provide artists with a unique set of properties and possibilities. With a wide spectrum of colours and textures ranging from the superbly viscous to the extremely fluid, Liquitex acrylic paints are suitable for a range of traditional and experimental painting.
Take Advantage of the Same Colours in Different Mediums
“I like to use a lot of different products when I paint. It’s great to be able to use the exact same colours in spray paint and acrylics; it means I can use the same colour in so many different ways. Having recently come across the Iridescent Medium, I mix it into everything. That little bit of shimmer adds more depth and something that makes the painting come alive.”
– Hannah Adamaszek, Artist & Illustrator
Find out more about working with acrylics with our other blog posts:
Give Your Artwork a Boost with Acrylic Mediums
How to Use Pouring Medium When Painting With Acrylics
How to Paint on Wood with Acrylics