Last year we made the goldest gold. Since then everyone has been after a realistic, true metallic looking silver that one you can apply with a brush or a spray.
We wanted it to be as true to life as possible so in the end the only way to get it right was to use actual real silver particles. We worked out how to suspend them beautifully in an acrylic. The finished effect is very much like genuine silver leaf in a bottle.
We tested all the other silver acrylics out there and we weren't impressed, so we are hyped to be able to contribute this paint to the art community.
the Silveriest Silver is made lovingly by hand by our little paint making team in our studio on the South Coast of England.
TO USE IT:
Shake the bottle well
Apply with a brush (build up several layers if required, lots of thin economical layers are most effective)
To spray - dilute with 30% water
Wash brushes with warm water
IMPORTANT - as this paint contains actual metals please please don't paint it on your skin, if you get a bit on your hands it's fine but wash them after you've finished. Keep it away from your eyes and mouth and do your best not to swallow any!
We've trawled through #pinkestpink, we were so amazed with your creations! Congratulations to @skandilicious , the winner of our Pinkest Pink artwork competition! This Cape is absolutely hilarious, we all loved it! @skandilicious check your DM's for the discount code. A massive thanks to all who participated, keep your eyes peeled as we'll be doing many more things like this in the near future.
We love this awesome apple sculpture using Black 3.0 by @amysouthartist You can actually get one for yourself with all the funds going to help the artists father in his health crisis. Visit the artists page for more info.