Organic Pigments:

These are pigments that originally were created from plants or other carbon-based life forms. Now, they’re often created synthetically in the laboratory (for example, the Pthalocyanines, Quinacidrones, Dioxazenes, Napthols, etc).

Instead of tiny, opaque rocks like the inorganics mentioned above, these pigments usually resemble tiny, translucent chips of stained glass. They tend to be fussy when mixed with a medium and can’t reach the high pigment load enjoyed by inorganic hues. They also tend to be transparent, which means that they don’t have the covering power that the inorganics do.

Organic Pigments for paints, plastics, rubber, cosmetics, detergents, etc.

Powder   Paste  
Violet B Pigment Violet 23
Phthalocyanine Blue B Pigment Blue 15:0
Phthalocyanine Blue (Alpha) Pigment Blue 15:1
Phthalocyanine Blue (Beta) Pigment Blue 15:3
Phthalocyanine Green G Pigment Green 7
Yellow G Pigment Yellow 1
Yellow 10G Pigment Yellow 3
Yellow G Pigment Yellow 13
Yellow CG Pigment Yellow 14
Permanent Yellow GX Pigment Yellow 74
Permanent Yellow HR Pigment Yellow 83
Orange 2R Pigment Orange 5
Benzidine Orange G Pigment Orange 13
Orange GR Pigment Orange 34
Red F2R Pigment Red 2
Red B Pigment Red 3
Signal Red R Pigment Red 4
Red F4R Pigment Red 8
Bordeaux B Pigment Red 12
Red 2BP Pigment Red 48:2
Lake Red CL Pigment Red 53:1
Rubine Toner C6B Pigment Red 57:1
Red BR Pigment Red 112
Permanent Carmine FBB Pigment Red 146

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