Acrylic   Disprser:  No more problems colouring your acrylic resins!   

Acrylic Disperser is a special purpose agent that allows you to effectively introduce colour to your acrylic binders (resins) while formulating weathering liquids and pastes. Acrylics are difficult to colour with raw pigments - the pigments clump up and fail to disperse within the resin which means that you need to spend extra time mixing and use up more pigments to colour the same amount of resin. With disperser just 1ml of pigments is enough to properly colour 10 ml of acrylic resin! The resulting paste or liquid is homogeneous and clump free. Adding less or more pigments allows you to regulate the intensity from low opacity glazes to 100% opaque liquids. 

PIGMENTS ARE BEING DISPERSED WITHIN RESIN

PROPERLY DISPERSED PIGMENT

PIGMENTS MIXED IN WITHOUT DISPERSER

NO DISPERSION, BLEAK COLOUR AND CLUMPS

Top photos depict resin coloured using disperser, the two below resin just the pigments.

Mix your weathering liquids and pastes like a pro!

Acrylic Disperser is indispensable while preparing good quality acrylic liquids and pastes. The formulation process is much easier and the resulting product way better!

Simply mix your pigments with disperser add binders and a fresh batch of weathering liquid or paste is ready!

Acrylic  Disperser capability roundup! 

Acrylic Disperser is a special purpose agent that allows you to effectively introduce colour to your acrylic binders (resins) while formulating weathering liquids and pastes. Acrylics are difficult to colour with raw pigments - the pigments clump up and fail to disperse within the resin which means that you need to spend extra time mixing and use up more pigments to colour the same amount of resin. With disperser just 1ml of pigments is enough to properly colour 10 ml of acrylic resin! The resulting paste or liquid is homogeneous and clump free. Adding less or more pigments allows you to regulate the intensity from low opacity glazes to 100% opaque liquids. 

DISPERSION IN PROGRESS

PROPERLY DISPEERSED PIGMENTS

PIGMENTS IN RESIN

NO DISPERSER

FAIILED DISPERSION

LOW QUALITY LIQUID

Acrylic Disperser

If you have worked with raw acrylic resins before you probably noticed that it takes much more effort to properly disperse dry pigments within the resin. Pigments often stay clumped up and resulting pastes or liquids are lacking quality. This unique product, previously accessible only to paint manufacturers will solve the problem! It will help you while dispersing your pigments in acrylic resins to easily give them desired colour. Product not only ensures there are no nasty pigment clumps, it allows for the most economical use of your pigments, as well dispersed pigments colour the resin much better! With disperser you will be able to colour the same amount of resin as before but with half the amount of pigments! 

Combine with: acrylic binders and resins

Finish: N/A

Open time: long

Recommended techniques: auxiliary product

Reversibility: N/A

Available volumes: 50 ml dropper bottle

Product FAQ

How much Disperser should I add to my formulations?

 

Add just the amount to wet the entire pigment portion. Ratio of 1:1 is fine, you can even go lower with the disperser, just as long the pigments are wetted. Pigments shouldn't be overflowed with disperser! The pigment slurry you create with the Disperser can be then introduced to the resin, the amount you add depending on your goal. For instance glazes need just a bit of slurry to so that they retain transparency. Pastes can use more so as to have proper colour strength and covering capability. 

 

How will I know if the Acrylic Disperser pigment slurry is ready?

 

The better you mix the pigments with the Disperser the better the final result. When the clumps are gone and the pigment has consistency of ready-made acrylic paint you are good to go and can add resin to the mix. With disperser it takes around 1 minute to prepare the pigments. 

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