Pthalo Turquoise

Pthalo Turquoise is a Series 2 transparent color. It has a masstone of a intensely green blue, with a vivid rich turquoise undertone. It’s strong but transparent pigment can be used for cool tints and glazes. This color is available in 80ml, 250ml and 500ml sizes.

Color Detail

Masstone


Undertone


Blended with Titanium White


Washed with water

 
 

Color Comparisons

Cobalt Turquoise Light / Cobalt Turquoise Light Hue / Cobalt Turquoise / Pthalo Turquoise

This shows Cobalt Turquoise Light with a mid-shade and light shade reduced with White. The next one is Cobalt Turquoise Light Hue which is reduced in the same way. Note that the two colours sitting side by side are slightly different. The Hue is slightly Greener than the pure Pigment.

Cobalt Turquoise is shown as the third Colour which is almost Black in masstone but when reduced with White it shows tints which are slightly bluer than the other two colours shown alongside. Finally Pthalo Turquoise is shown as a Glaze because the Colour is transparent while the other two colours, being opaque, are not be used in Glazes.

Cobalt Turquoise Light with white

Cobalt Turquoise Light Hue with white

Cobalt Turquoise with white

Pthalo Turquoise glaze

 
 
 
 

Color Information

  • Chemical Description: Mixture of Pthalo Green and Pthalo Blue
  • Pigment Type: Copper Pthalocyanine
  • Lightfastness: 1
  • Permanency: Excellent
  • Pigment Strength: Strong
  • Colour Index Name: PB 15.3, PG 7
  • Opacity or Transparency: Transparent

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