Method One – Using Color Gels on the Flash. Here are two images of the same scene, one using Auto White Balance (AWB) and the next using Daylight White Balance (WB). The daylight WB is 5200°K while the AWB applied 3200°K. Clearly the Daylight WB is too yellow. Disclaimer: The above information is based on research and testing done by Gamblin Artists Colors, and is provided as a basis for understanding the potential uses in established oil painting and printmaking techniques using the products mentioned.

Tooling gel coats utilize selected resins that exhibit high heat distortion, high gloss and a hard durable surface to withstand the repeated mold cycles anticipated from a mold. See Technical Data Sheet and MSDS -Black and MSDS -Orange for additional information.