F/X Aire™ Alcohol-Activated Palettes 0.9 oz. / 24.9 g.
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F/X Aire™ Alcohol Palettes are a pigment rich, multi purpose vinyl paint that is activated with Ispopropyl (70-99%) Alcohol. Treat it like a watercolor or acrylic paint. Flexible, buildable, waterproof, and long lasting. Graftobian is proud to have teamed up with Sian Richards London to offer this selection of F/X Aire™ Alcohol Palettes in shades you have come to rely upon from Graftobian’s F/X Aire™ line. Color consultation and evaluation of this line by Brad Look.
The F/X Aire™ Alcohol Palettes were formulated to simulate bruises, contusions, wounds, wrinkles, and other ghastly creations. They are also ideal for super durable color correction and Tattoo Cover.
The best part about these SFX paints: the longevity. These aren’t going anywhere until they’re removed with alcohol or face cleansing oil.
Primaries Plus #27010: Colors include White, Red, Deep Yellow, Blue, Ebony, and Black. The Primary Plus Palette is ideal for creating custom colors, or for adjusting other colors.
Morbidity #27011: Colors include Capillary Shadow, Rose Blush, Frankie Grey, Corpse Flesh, Maroon, and Dark Purple. The Morbidity Palette is ideal for creating Zombies, Ghouls, Decay, Cuts, Contusions, and Bloody Gashes. This Morbidity palette includes all of our best shades for zombie and ghoul effects: Capillary Shadow is a fantastic color for creating varicose veins, Rose Blush is a fantastic Dried Blood color, Frankie grey is our classic decayed ghoul color for ancient grayed skin, Corpse Flesh is a fantastic color for newly turned zombies, Maroon is a fantastic clotted blood color, and Dark Purple is a fantastic shadow for sunken eyes and cheeks.
Character #27012: Colors include Old Age, Light Cream, Desert Sand, Plum, Pink, and Alabaster. The Character Palette is ideal for creating Old Age effects, including wrinkled skin, creases, age spots, & imperfections. Also ideal for creating custom stage characters. The Character Palette includes Old Age as a base for evening out skin tones, Light Cream for highlighting, Desert Sand for Age spots, Plum for shadows, Pink as an adjuster or for adding warmth to cheeks, Alabaster for distressed and aged skin. The character palette can also be used for modifying the appearance of shape of a persons face – contouring to lengthen the nose, highlight the eyes, etc.
Injury #27013: Colors include Navy, Mold Green, Clotted Red, Hazelnut, Deep Golden Highlight, and Thunder Grey. The Injury Palette is ideal for creating various injuries like bumps & bruises, black-eyes, as well as discolorations like frost-bite, gangrene, and jaundice. The Injury Palette includes Navy for creating bruise effects, black eyes, and frost bite, Mold Green for gangrenous effects, Clotted Red for scrapes and bruises, Hazelnut for bruising, moles, or birthmarks, Deep Golden Highlight for yellowing or jaundice effects, and Thunder Grey for bruising and shadowing.
Tattoo Cover 1 #27030: Colors include Muted Green, Orange Neutral, Soft Orange Neutral, CVA Suntan Red, Fairest Tone, and Medium Highlight. The Tattoo Cover 1 – Light Palette includes 6 colors for skin color correction for covering tattoos, or for correcting discoloration on the skin. These colors allow you to utilize opposite color theory by using the opposite color of the discoloration or tattoo to effectively obscure and cancel it out.
Tattoo Cover 2 #27031: Colors include Buttermilk, Natural Tan, Milk Chocolate, Soft Cherry Blush, Teal, and Special Dark. The Tattoo Cover 2 – Dark Palette includes 6 colors for color correction for covering tattoos, or for correcting discoloration on the skin. These colors allow you to utilize opposite color theory by using the opposite color of the discoloration or tattoo to effectively obscure and cancel it out.