Inorganic & Organic Mix
|Colour Index ||PW 4, PW 6 & PR 209 |
|Drying Speed ||Average |
|Opacity Covering ||Opaque |
|Tint Power ||Average |
|Lightfastness ||Excellent |
|Oil Content ||Linseed Oil, Low |
|Toxic ||No |
|Conforms To ||ASTM D-4236 |
After tremendous harassment from customers, I blended this colour to satisfy their craving for a cheeky, fruity (dare one say girly?) luminous pink, which has intense presence notwithstanding the Zinc White constituent.
Yes, I can confirm that women and flower painters love it, and some even use it in flesh passages. But I think it could well be characterized as “decorative”.
The complementary vibrations it sets up with the greens, particularly Emerald Green, have to be witnessed to be believed.
It forms a lean surface, and since the red is supplied by Quinacridone, a very permanent organic pigment, the undertones are bluish yet warm which are disclosed in further hues and mixes.
A complete shocker even for ladies in Hawaii called Joanna!