Stardustcolors' Overseas Blue pigments match the color of the Lapis-Lazuli gemstone. It is a blue whose visible radiation is just at the edge of Violet. He is very deep and intense.
Ultramarine or ultramarine1 in the Color Index is also known as PB29. RAL match: RAL 5002 Overseas blue
Conditioning: 500g or 1kg
Resistance to the weather and the sun of the ultramarine pigment:
excellent 8/8 on the blueWool scale
How to paint a whitewash with Bleu Chefchaouen?
To paint a Moroccan blue Chefchaouen style, use our Outremer PB29 blue pigment:
The steps to easily make a wash with blue lime:
Ingredients : - some water - Ultramarine pigment - lime ("aerial" type) - alum salt (to fix the pigment)
Step 1: Mix 3 teaspoons of blue pigment with 1L of water. Mix well. Step 2: Then add 1/2 volume or 1 volume of lime, depending on the desired fluidity. Mix well. Step 3: Add 1 teaspoon of alum salt. Mix well. Step 4: On a white primer or white matte paint, paint with a wide brush. Make movements in "circumflex accent" and completely cover the white background. Step 5: After drying for 1 or 2 hours, apply a less regular second coat, dotting here and there, layers of blue. Step 6: It is possible to apply more layers to get a deeper blue.