Master Series Paints: Harvest Brown 1/2 oz.
These ultra-smooth, high-adhesion paints are ideal for both the beginning painter as well as the professional painter. Reaper Master Series paint is formulated on a tri-color system. In each series of three colors, you'll find a midtone, a shadow and a highlight color.
Additionally, the flow factor of the paint has been increased to reduce separation of pigments and enhance the workability of the paint, making it perfect for dark-lining, freehand designs and other detail work. The paint is formulated with a balanced consistency that provides good coverage in a thinner, smoother medium. It is workable straight from the bottle and painters won't need to add as much water or additive to the paint when thinning to achieve the effects they're looking for. The paints are water soluble and matte flat.
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