6112 Red oxide
Pigment obtained by a succession of chemical reaction.
In powder at a dry state
At oil: 100 g of pigment, 30 à 100 g clarified linseed oil , 2 à 8 g de siccative, 1 à 3 g de beewax purified -
Acrylic: 100 g of pigment, 40 to 60 g of acrylic binder, water in sufficient quantity -
At beer: 1 liter and a half of beer, 6 tablespoon of pigment -
In distemper 2 kg lime milk, 400 g d'alum, 500 g of white Meudon, 10 liters of water, pigment in sufficient quantiy
In mortar: Mix at dry : lime, sand, pigment, add water little by little until you get the consistency you wish.