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White Van Aken Plastalina
White Van Aken Plastalina
Black  Van Aken Plastalina
Black Van Aken Plastalina
Silver Van Aken Plastalina
Silver Van Aken Plastalina
Gray  Van Aken Plastalina
Gray Van Aken Plastalina
Green Gray Van Aken Plastalina
Green Gray Van Aken Plastalina
Red  Van Aken Plastalina
Red Van Aken Plastalina
Green Van Aken Plastalina
Green Van Aken Plastalina
Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Turquoise Van Aken Plastalina
Turquoise Van Aken Plastalina
Ivory Van Aken Plastalina
Ivory Van Aken Plastalina
Flesh Van Aken Plastalina
Flesh Van Aken Plastalina
Terra Cotta Van Aken Plastalina
Terra Cotta Van Aken Plastalina
Brown  Van Aken Plastalina
Brown Van Aken Plastalina
Golden Ochre Van Aken Plastalina
Golden Ochre Van Aken Plastalina
Dark Green Van Aken Plastalina
Dark Green Van Aken Plastalina
Magenta Van Aken Plastalina
Magenta Van Aken Plastalina
Violet Van Aken Plastalina
Violet Van Aken Plastalina
Orange Van Aken Plastalina
Orange Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Blue Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Blue Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Green Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Green Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Pink Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Pink Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Green gray next to gray
Green gray next to gray

Green grey and grey are hard to tell apart when photographed if not side by side.

Turquoise: new and old side by side
Turquoise: new and old side by side

Aged on left, new on right.  A slight darkening can be noticed in the older clay (even if it's sealed).  Personally, I find the older clay to smooth out better, so don't fret if you get a package with some oil on the surface.

Almost as yellow as a ripe banana
Almost as yellow as a ripe banana

To show the slight green hue to the clay.

Red as an apple
Red as an apple

A very red red.  Adding a hint of black plasticine will make it a little darker like an apple.

Orange clay next to carrot
Orange clay next to carrot

A comparison to show the richness of the orange shade

Black
Black

Black clay with other true black objects with different finishes.

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Color Guide introduction.jpg
White Van Aken Plastalina
Black  Van Aken Plastalina
Silver Van Aken Plastalina
Gray  Van Aken Plastalina
Green Gray Van Aken Plastalina
Red  Van Aken Plastalina
Green Van Aken Plastalina
Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Turquoise Van Aken Plastalina
Ivory Van Aken Plastalina
Flesh Van Aken Plastalina
Terra Cotta Van Aken Plastalina
Brown  Van Aken Plastalina
Golden Ochre Van Aken Plastalina
Dark Green Van Aken Plastalina
Magenta Van Aken Plastalina
Violet Van Aken Plastalina
Orange Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Blue Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Green Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Pink Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Green gray next to gray
Turquoise: new and old side by side
Almost as yellow as a ripe banana
Red as an apple
Orange clay next to carrot
Black
Thank you for checking out ClayTips.org!
White Van Aken Plastalina
Black Van Aken Plastalina
Silver Van Aken Plastalina
Gray Van Aken Plastalina
Green Gray Van Aken Plastalina
Red Van Aken Plastalina
Green Van Aken Plastalina
Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Turquoise Van Aken Plastalina
Ivory Van Aken Plastalina
Flesh Van Aken Plastalina
Terra Cotta Van Aken Plastalina
Brown Van Aken Plastalina
Golden Ochre Van Aken Plastalina
Dark Green Van Aken Plastalina
Magenta Van Aken Plastalina
Violet Van Aken Plastalina
Orange Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Blue Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Green Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Pink Van Aken Plastalina
Pastel Yellow Van Aken Plastalina
Green gray next to gray

Green grey and grey are hard to tell apart when photographed if not side by side.

Turquoise: new and old side by side

Aged on left, new on right.  A slight darkening can be noticed in the older clay (even if it's sealed).  Personally, I find the older clay to smooth out better, so don't fret if you get a package with some oil on the surface.

Almost as yellow as a ripe banana

To show the slight green hue to the clay.

Red as an apple

A very red red.  Adding a hint of black plasticine will make it a little darker like an apple.

Orange clay next to carrot

A comparison to show the richness of the orange shade

Black

Black clay with other true black objects with different finishes.

Thank you for checking out ClayTips.org!
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