Author Topic: Kimera paint KS ended, Mindwork's art of brom acrylics up, and scale game color  (Read 467 times)

Broken_Metal_Dreaming

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Kimera is coming out with a new line of concentrated acrylic inks and is releasing a second set of their single pigment fluid acrylics in the same Kickstarter. This one ends soon.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kimeramodels/kimera-velvet?ref=user_menu

Scale 75 is releasing a new line as well that I think uses a more standard acrylic medium and will behave more like other hobby lines?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/scale75/scalecolor-games/description

The ones I am most excited about are MATTE Heavy Body fine art acrylics (most range's finish varies by pigment), that will thin down to a glaze or filter with just water without breaking. Found these through Marco Frisoni on youtube. This is the one that starts at the end of the month.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/artofbrom/the-art-of-brom-0?ref=discovery

Here is Marco showing some of the paint's properties.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dfz57-ttWbQ

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Broken_Metal_Dreaming

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More info pulled from the Frisoni video, Manufacturer of the Matte Heavy Body acrylics for Mindwork Studios is Schmincke out of Germany.  Their existing line, Primacryl is mostly a Satin finish, on the glossy end of satin imo. But they are known for having very little color shift from wet to dry and very high pigment load.
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Art of Brom Kickstarter is Live. Again, super exited for these heavy bodies that appear to thin down so well.