These beautiful micaceous-based colors are for artists who wish to add a touch of glamour or glitter to a piece. Use these as the translucent glow of an angel’s wings, a butterfly, a fish or the brilliant shimmer on a mallard drake’s neck. Furthermore, they are essential to capture the natural beauty of many birds, fish and wildfowl. Simply mix directly into your paints or apply after decorating to highlight specific areas. The choice is yours.
Jo Sonja Iridescent Colors
Since they are translucent they are primarily used as an accent for highlighting. They randomly refract light to produce a variety of shimmering colors while you move around a painted piece. What a beautiful addition to faux finishes and show up best when painted over darker backgrounds.
Definition: Iridescence (also known as goniochromism) is the phenomenon of certain surfaces that appear to gradually change color as the angle of view or the angle of illumination changes. Examples include soap bubbles, butterfly wings and sea shells, as well as certain minerals. It is often created by structural coloration (microstructures that interfere with light).
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