Quick-drying paint where the base of its pigmentation is formed by an acrylic polymer emulsion. It is a component derived from latex that provides hardness and resistance to the paint once dry. This technique uses the same pigments as those used in oil or watercolor, but they are diluted in an acrylic binder.

Within acrylic painting techniques, the palette knife or spatula is also used when applying longer strokes of color, spreading the paint, achieving layers with different levels of relief, scraping or outlining.

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