Patinas

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Patina Paints

Patina paint allows you to add that ultra-realistic metal oxidation look to your work. With just a small application of patina colour paint, you can make copper take on that green, aged look, the perfect finish when trying to make your props or designs look like antiques. Patina can be applied to large metal sculptures and plastic miniatures alike, making it extremely versatile. Patinas are just one of several different types of weathering and ageing effects available for set designers, artists and craftsmen. Browse our range of patina paint today.

Patina paint for ultra-realistic wood and metal

Along with patinas suitable for various metals including aluminium, iron and of course copper, patina can also be used to stain wood. Mahogany or tan patina can make the wood look old, while a teal or blue patina can be used to create a ‘stripped paint’ look that can make a wooden chest look truly antique.

Spray bottles or large tubs of patina

At Barnes Products, we supply patina in a range of sizes, suitable for any application. Patina paint can be bought in quantities as low as 125ml or as high as 3.7 litres. Whether you are adding the final touches to a tabletop model or ageing a life-size sculpture, you will be sure to have enough paint. Patina colour paint also comes in pre-mixed spray cans that make applying a patina to your work easier than ever. Order online from Barnes Products to start adding that extra layer of detail to your creations.

FAQs

What is patina?

Forming on the surface of a material during exposure to air and water, a patina is a coating of various chemical compounds including oxides, carbonates, sulphides and more. Most people will recognise the copper patina, where the formerly uniform metal turns green.

What are the uses for patina paint?

Patina paint can be used to create an aged look. It works particularly well for making metals look worn; as if they have been exposed to the elements for generations but it also works to make your furniture look older. Of course, because patina paint is a multi-tone paint, it can be used in a variety of other creative ways to make interesting and unique artworks.

Patina Paints

Patina paint allows you to add that ultra-realistic metal oxidation look to your work. With just a small application of patina colour paint, you can make copper take on that green, aged look, the perfect finish when trying to make your props or designs look like antiques. Patina can be applied to large metal sculptures and plastic miniatures alike, making it extremely versatile. Patinas are just one of several different types of weathering and ageing effects available for set designers, artists and craftsmen. Browse our range of patina paint today.

Patina paint for ultra-realistic wood and metal

Along with patinas suitable for various metals including aluminium, iron and of course copper, patina can also be used to stain wood. Mahogany or tan patina can make the wood look old, while a teal or blue patina can be used to create a ‘stripped paint’ look that can make a wooden chest look truly antique.

Spray bottles or large tubs of patina

At Barnes Products, we supply patina in a range of sizes, suitable for any application. Patina paint can be bought in quantities as low as 125ml or as high as 3.7 litres. Whether you are adding the final touches to a tabletop model or ageing a life-size sculpture, you will be sure to have enough paint. Patina colour paint also comes in pre-mixed spray cans that make applying a patina to your work easier than ever. Order online from Barnes Products to start adding that extra layer of detail to your creations.

FAQs

What is patina?

Forming on the surface of a material during exposure to air and water, a patina is a coating of various chemical compounds including oxides, carbonates, sulphides and more. Most people will recognise the copper patina, where the formerly uniform metal turns green.

What are the uses for patina paint?

Patina paint can be used to create an aged look. It works particularly well for making metals look worn; as if they have been exposed to the elements for generations but it also works to make your furniture look older. Of course, because patina paint is a multi-tone paint, it can be used in a variety of other creative ways to make interesting and unique artworks.

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