From Oil to Egg Yolks
Same pigment, different binder.
In a nutshell, most paints are made by mixing dry paint pigment together with a wet binder.
The difference between the type of paints, for example, oil paint, acrylic paint or watercolour is simply due to the different type of binder used.
So the binder could be oil, acrylic polymer or even egg yolk and it’s this – that gives each paint its characteristics…