Arylamide Yellow Deep
Arylamide Yellow Deep is a Series 3 semi-transparent color. It has a masstone of intense orangey yellow, with an undertone displaying a rich yellow. This color is available in 80ml, 250ml, 500ml and 1 litre sizes.
Blended with Titanium White
Washed with water
Cadmium Yellow Light / Arylamide Yellow Light / Cadmium Yellow Medium / Arylamide Yellow Deep / Cadmium Yellow Deep
In this sequence of bright yellows shown side by side it is possible to compare the cadmium colours with similar arylamide colours. Cadmium Yellow Light is distinctly greener that the other colours shown here and should be compared to Transparent Yellow which in masstone looks rather muddy but when White is added has the same lemony yellow colour as Cadmium Yellow Light. Arylamide Yellow Light sits between Cadmium Yellow Light and Cadmium Yellow Medium and is a very bright and opaque colour. Cadmium Yellow Medium is a mid point yellow colour and Arylamide Yellow Deep always looks slightly muddy in masstone, but is bright in tints, but not as bright as Cadmium Yellow Deep which is shown next. The long swatch at the bottom shows Arylamide Yellow Deep which is transparent enough to be used as a glaze. The other yellows shown here are rather too opaque to be used in glazing.
Cadmium Yellow Light
Arylamide Yellow Light
Cadmium Yellow Medium
Arylamide Yellow Deep
Cadmium Yellow Deep
Arylamide Yellow deep glaze
- Chemical Description: Synthetic Organic
- Pigment Type: Arylamide
- Lightfastness: 1
- Permanency: Excellent
- Pigment Strength: Strong
- Colour Index Name: PW 6, PY 65
- Opacity or Transparency: Semi-transparent
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