poster paint

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poster paint

[′pōs·tər ‚pānt]
(materials)
A water paint with a gum binder, which is brilliant, opaque, and fast-drying, and usually sold in jars. Also known as show-card color.
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They bought poster colours but continued to use the more long-lasting natural colours like lampblack or those ground from seeds, leaves, and vegetables.
The exhibits in acrylics, poster colours and pencil created quite a stir as even the unemployed 24-year-old described his creations as "morbid".