Luminescent Oil Colors by Daniel Smith simulate a glittery surface or the luster of mother-of-pearl. They're made from mica pigment, thin transparent particles coated with highly reflective metal oxides. Luminescents add intriguing complexity and visual depth to your artwork, along with a consistent all-over gleam or effect to color.
Interference Lilac - In mass tone, on light surfaces, Interference Lilac is a shimmering buff color, with a slight cool pink cast. When it is thinned with a medium and painted on darker colors it transforms into a shimmering dark blue retaining some of the buff tones. It similar to pink or light lilac flowers that have a hint of iridescence. Interference Lilac mixed with floral pinks would add that special effect.
|Series||Artists' Oil Colors|
|No.||284 340 005|