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Createx Wicked Airbrush Colors

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Createx Wicked Airbrush Colors

Createx

Createx Wicked Airbrush Colors

Regular price
From 1370
Regular price
Sale price
From 1370
Select from 33 colours

Wickedly durable paint for a variety of surfaces. Createx Wicked Colors are an ultra-high performance, multi-surface airbrush paint suitable for any substrate, from fabric to automotive applications. They are extremely durable paints that can withstand direct, prolonged exposure to outdoor elements, without washing or fading.

Experience exceptional flow and atomization right out of the bottle with most airbrush tip-sizes, including .2 mm detail tips.

Reduce with W1 Reducer or Auto Air 411 Flash Reducer in any ratio for improved flow, atomization, and customizing viscosity preferences.

All Wicked Colors are made with the same highly durable binder. Wicked Colors are sheered to a binder size of .5 microns, and dry semi-gloss. Wicked Detail Colors are sheered to a particle size of .1 microns, and dry to a flat finish, perfect for illustrators, as a flat finish reflects the colour’s true hue.

For automotive refinishing, a durable, catalyzed urethane clear is recommended. Wicked Colors cure to a strong film with air drying alone. Heat may be used to further assist curing, and is recommended for t-shirts and fabrics intended for use with multiple washings.

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Cam C.
Wicked colours are indeed "Wicked"

Bought Wicked blue and Wicked purple. The blue is fantastic. Had to thin it a bit to get it through my airbrush, but the colour is "Wicked" The purple has a huge amount of solids in it so the pickup tube on my airbrush clogged up often. I tried thinning it but the solids settle so quickly, in order to get the stuff up the tube into the airbrush after a few seconds of spraying, I had to remove the paint reservoir and stir the contents. Shaking did no good, and stirring only lasted for a few seconds. But in the end, it was definitely worth the effort. The colour is almost a "Royal" purple and applying clear coat to the paint gave it a terrific shine. I am looking forward to my next trip to Opus to see what other "Wicked" colours you have.