|Let’s look at the difference between poster colour and water colour property wise
|Water Colors come with a tube/pan.
|Poster Colors pakackaging are in a glass jar or small bottle.
|Water colors takes time in drying compared to poster color
|Poster colors take less time to dry compared to n water color
|Water colors are not thick like poster color.
|Poster colors are thick.
|Water colors are mostly used by artist .
|Poster colors are student quality.
|Water colors are more costly than poster colors.
|Poster colors are cheaper than watercolors.
|When mixed with water and applied to paper, watercolors are usually transparent
|When mixed with water and applied to paper, water colors are usually opaque.
|Water colors don’t smell much
|Poster colors have a little bit smell.
|Water colors are made of some chemical pigments.
|Poster colors are made of acrylic (a form of plastic)
|Both are Water Based
|Both have to be framed under glass for long-term display
|None of the above are waterproof/moisture-proof when dry
So if you need to frame a sentence with the above properties then, for the question
What is the difference between poster colour and water colour?
The answer is: Water colour is transparent while Poster Paint is opaque. All three are water-based paints, which means both these colors utilize water as a solvent. Watercolor and gouache have finer pigments and can come in both tubes and pans while poster paints, with pigments more coarse, often come in jars.