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F-222 Bleached Bone Silicone Paint 30g (206143)
The F-Series Silicone paints have been developed for the Special-FX Artists, sculpture mold making and Doll Artisans. F-Series paints contain a higher concentration of pigments for faster coverage, making them suitable for airbrush work. With a wide range of colors, the F-Series will make painting realistic skin tones and special-FX props more attainable for the novices and more convenient for the pros. Color: F-222 Bleached Bone

F-Series Color Pallette:
F-200 - Jet Black
F-201 - Pure White
F-202 - Cyan Blue
F-203 - Smooth Blue
F-204 - Smooth Yellow
F-205 - Juicy Orange
F-206 - Luscious Red
F-207 - Chewy Magenta
F-208 - Skin Mauve
F-209 - Moulin Rouge
F-210 - Green Green
F-211 - Pickled Olive
F-212 - Yellowy Ochre
F-213 - Rusty Sienna
F-214 - Earthy Umber
F-215 - Totally Marooned
F-216 - Fresh Blood
F-217 - Old Blood
F-218 - Sasha Vein Blue
F-219 - Bruise Red
F-220 - Bruise Yellow
F-221 - Bruise Purple
F-222 - Bleached Bone
F-223 - Sickly Grey
F-224 - Real Cool Grey
F-225 - Ultra Violet
F-226 - Smokey Black
F-227 - Just Grey
F-228 - Scarline
F-229 - Browny Brown
F-230 - Darkest Brown
F-231 - Nailbed 1
F-232 - Rawest Sienna
F-233 - Umber Toast
F-234 - 5 O'Shadow
F-235 - 2 Lips
F-236 - Natural Tan
F-237 - Natural Blush

New Colors:
F-228 Scarline - A beautiful Pinky/Mauvy tone for scars.

F-229 Browny Brown – A nice Reddish-Chocolate tone.

F-230 Darkest Brown – Any darker and it would be black..! A really nice dark shade for a dirt look and also used for "Reborn" doll figuring artists for painting eyebrows.

F-231 Nailbed 1 - This color is great for painting the tip of the nail (white part) and that little white "half moon" thingy at the back of the nail. This is a great color for the medical field and also for "Reborn" doll figuring artists.

F-232 Rawest Sienna – A beautiful Golden Russet tone, very earthy color.

F-233 Umber Toast – A nice toasty Umber color, has that Golden Brown undertone.

F-234 5 O'Shadow – This color has been developed for creating a "5 O'Clock" shadow on male sculptures. It has just the right amount of color and tone to give a very convincing look and realism to a mature face.

F-235 2 Lips – We finally did it…! We came up with a perfect Mauve tone to make lips more natural, eliminating the look of someone wearing lipstick. It's best applied by airbrushing, but it still can be applied beautifully by lightly brushing. Also great for making the "pink" nail beds.You can still use M-108 Blue or F-218 Sasha Vein Blue as an undertone to make it look more Mauve.

F-236 Natural Tan – This new color is a more concentrated form of the ever popular M-102 Tan. A proper solvent must be used with these colors, unless you want a very strong opaque covering.What is great about this new shade is that you need less material to paint your piece. This makes it more suitable for airbrushing or washes, adding color to your piece with less of a silicone build-up on your surface.

F-237 Natural Blush – This new color is also a more concentrated form of the ever popular M-105 Blush. A proper solvent must be used with these colors, unless you want a very strong opaque covering. What is great about this new shade is that you need less material to paint your piece. This makes it more suitable for airbrushing or washes, adding color to your piece with less of a silicone build-up on your surface.