This complete acrylic paint set is a great gift for beginners and professionals alike. These acrylic paint kits includes all the art supplies you need for your next painting and saves you a ton of time from having to shop for different brands.
Our acrylic paint is 100% non-toxic and makes a great starter set for all kids 4 and up. The acrylic colors dry quickly which allows you to add multiple layers to your artwork and display almost instantly. Let their imagination fill up the blank canvas for painting and enhance their skills of organizing stuff with our craft storage box.
1) One-Stop-Shop -This kit has everything you need to get started; all for one killer price. Try ordering all of these items on your own and you will easily be looking at doubling the cost.
2) 10X The Acrylic Paint as Other Kits – Beware of other acrylic paint kits that only provide a sample size of each color. Our paint tubes are up to 10 times larger than most of our competitors. More paint = more practice and more masterpieces to create.
3) Designed by Artist for Artist – The kit is designed with the beginner artist in mind, and it’s convenient and practical. This kit comes with the option of a pink or green art storage bin.
As a beginner painter, it can be intimating trying to figure out where to begin. Should I try oil painting, acrylics, or watercolor? We suggest starting with acrylic paint because it dries quickly and is easy to work with.
Acrylic paint is a quick-drying paint that is made of vivid color pigment suspended in an acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic polymer emulsions are precisely what you think: a proportionate combination of acrylics, polymers, and emulsions.
The concept of each of these goes beyond the scope of our discussion. Nonetheless, it’s best to think of them as germane tools necessary for stunning art.
Acrylic paints are mystical – they are water-soluble, but become waterproof when dry.
Acrylic paints are kings of versatility. Unlike other oil paints with favorites, they are suitable on whatever surface your prefer. You can use acrylics on wood, canvas, canvas panel, ceramic, paper and even fabric.
Acrylic paints are unique in that they can take on all forms of other paintings.
You might have seen an acrylic painting at some point, and mistaken it for an oil painting, watercolor, or a gouache. The finished heavy body appearance of an acrylic painting is hinged on how diluted it is with water, gels, or other mediums.
Acrylics are not a high-maintenance medium.
They are consistent and their textures are also controllable.
Acrylics dry quickly so you can paint fast with multiple color layers.