Champagne chalk like the wine with which it shares its name, has a pale biscuit tint. Only ColourMaster delivers to you a colour made from the same materials used for centuries to house the king of wines.
In early civilisations, bone char ground with gum formed the first paint. Today, burnt bone is still a valued black pigment, being non toxic and sustainable. It provides a variety of subtle, smoky velvet tones.
Ultramarine became the basis of the startling blue abstractions of 20th century French painter, Yves Klein, who developed his own system for suspending ultramarine blue in the paint medium. From over the sea, a palette of cool, clean blues.
Ochre pigments are sourced from only the best naturally processed clays. The colour variation depends on the natural balance of oxides, the size of the pigment particles and the number of other minerals present in the same clay. Ochres create vibrant, spirited tones from deep in the rich earth.
Remove cap and seal.
Slowly pour contents of the container into your base paint.
Stir colour into the paint using a kitchen spatula.
Paint is ready to use in 2–3 minutes or when a full, even colour has developed.