Carbon Black Mid-Viscosity Acrylic Paint
Gaffrey’s Carbon Black Mid-Viscosity acrylic paint strikes a balance between traditional heavy and soft body acrylic paint, leaning more towards higher viscosity. Buttery smooth and rich in pigment, the paint glides effortlessly across various surfaces while holding brush strokes.
Handmade in small batches, we work intimately with raw materials to perfect the acrylic paint formula to enhance the painting experience. Well suited for mixing with Gaffrey’s heavy body texture paint or as a standalone artist paint.
I really like Carbon Black.
I will buy it again. Very pigmented
I recently bought a jar of Carbon Black to try. Other companies' blacks don't seem to hold sufficient pigment. But Gaffrey is great in this area. I was able to thin the pain a bit for one particular piece (I use black paint on the sides of my canvases as a "frame".) The paint covered delightfully without needing a second coat. And, when I was cleaning my brushes, even though I used all the paint in the brush, I noticed there was still loads of pigment left. Fantastic paint.
I like heavy texture acrylic pant
Love all of the paint. The Carbon black is fantastic!
I ordered the Monstera Paint Kit (now discontinued) in October 2021 as a gift for my sister's birthday. Now, nearly a year later, my sister opened the kit to discover that one of the paints was missing! That particular paint is no longer sold on this website, so we were unable to purchase a replacement. On a whim, I contacted the Gaffrey's through the website and asked if they had any suggestions on what color I should use to replace the missing paint. Not only did they respond on the next business day, they suggested some replacement colors for the missing paint and another paint that had an unstable formula (not one created by them) AND then mailed the replacement paints to us for free. This is a solid company with excellent costumer service and wonderful products. Highly recommend!
Note: One of the replacement paints I received was Carbon Black Mid-Viscosity Acrylic Paint, which is why this review appears here. I will add photos of the final painting when my sister has finished it!