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Daley Kreations

41 Hobart Crescent

Ottawa ON Canada

K2H 5S3

613-315-1220

info@daleykreations.ca

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M-Series colours are excellent for creating the most realistic skin tone effects in silicone. "M" stands for medical - these colours have been specifically designed to duplicate the detailed variation in colour apparent in human skin tone. These precise colours are semi-translucent and designed to be used directly - no need to thin into washes before applying (however, with the proper solvents, M-Series can be airbrushed as well). 8 colours are available:
M-101 Olive Tan - for darkening the skin as a "tan" (with an olive undertone), or adding freckles and age spots.

M-102 Tan - for darkening the skin as a "tan" on most light to med skin tones, or adding freckles and age spots.

M-103 Dark Tan - for darkening the skin as a "tan" on most med to dark skin tones, or adding freckles and age spots.

M-104 Warm Blush - for giving a warmth to fair skin tones

M-105 Blush - for adding warmth to skin tones from light to medium shades

M-106 Deep Blush - for use on medium to dark skin tones, or to give a more cooler tone to the skin

M-107 Yellow - to give a more olive tone to the skin or fatty tissue

M-108 Blue - to create veins or to give a bluer tint to the skin or mauvy blush

M-Series Silicone Paints

C$32.60Price
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  • M-Series paints are sold in 2-part "kits". When using FuseFX paints you mix an equal amount of "Part A" and the chosen colour, then apply as desired to the surface of your cured and clean silicone piece (to prevent loss of details you can also "backpaint" colours into a released mold before filling with the bulk of your silicone).

     

    Each standard bottle "kit" contains a total of 1 oz (30g) of silicone (15g of colour and 15g of part "A") and can cover an area of over 10 square feet when applied in a stipple fashion. A little goes a long way...

     

    You can even custom blend your own colours by combining different colour "parts" before catalyzing with an equal amount of Part "A"!