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Wonderful skin color.
By: carol peterson from lubbock, tx, usa      Submitted: 2/18/2014

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Quality How would you describe the quality of this product? The quality of this color is great. Performance How did this product perform compared to your expectations? I glaze a great deal and this color never produces "mud". Use How did you use this color in a painting? How would you describe the quality of this product? I use this color in all my portraits. It works well as a I use this color in all my portraits. It works well as a basic color for dark skin and as a shadow for lighter skin. When a blue is added, the shadow color gets darker and is a wonderful brown. Value Was this product true to its value? Well worth its cost. Overall Experience What was your overall experience with this product? The first time I tried this color I didn't think I liked it but now I use it all the time. It is redder than q. burnt orange.
Love this color!
By: MTMalone      Submitted: 1/8/2014

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Quality How would you describe the quality of this product? Excellent. Performance How did this product perform compared to your expectations? Performs extremely well. How would you describe the consistency? Great. Use How did you use this color in a painting? A Quinacridone color, Q Burnt Scarlet is reminiscent of W+N Brown Madder (close in color). A color I use a lot for backgrounds, in skies, florals and skin tones. It mixes very well and no mud is created with other colors. Beautiful grays with blue/greens. Value Was this product true to its value? Yes. Overall Experience What was your overall experience with this product? Excellent.
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