It is a quick-drying paint and made up of pigment suspended in acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paints are dis solvable in water, but it becomes water-resistant when the paint gets dry.
Like water painting, it does not get distorted when it comes in contact with water again. This could be one of the advantages of it. It is a somewhat recent medium if we compare it with other traditional paintings like oil and watercolor painting. This the paint which is less toxic and most versatile mediums to draw with. Such paints are available in various forms like as tubes, small bottles, jars, plastic squeeze containers, and could be in small ink bottles.
It also has various thickness levels which are made just for the sake of creating provisions for the artists. Paints used in Acrylic paintings can be diluted with the help of water. You need to be careful with the quantity of the water being used otherwise the acrylic paint will start to scatter all over the painting. Acrylic paints can be used on various surfaces such as paper, canvas, wood, Masonite, cloth, concrete, brick, basically anything which isn’t too glossy.