Water Colour Mediums are used to change the rate of drying, increasing gloss, improve flow or provide texture. They provide water colourists with limitless opportunities to add special effects and add variations to their water colour paintings. In addition, a selection of these mediums are also suitable for use with Designers' Gouache
A transparent gel medium for reducing flow and giving an impasto effect to watercolour and gouache.
A liquid with added pigmentation for masking areas of work needing protection.
A colourless, non-staining liquid composed of rubber latex for masking areas of work.
A pale coloured solution that increases the gloss and transparency of water colour.
Simply mix these unique mediums with your water colours for a whole range of exciting effects.
Wetting agent used to improve the acceptance of water colours on papers etc.
Now, with this exciting new ground, anything you’ve dreamed of painting with watercolor can become a reality. Just brush it on—and incredibly versatile.
Daniel Smith's Watercolour Masking Fluid is easy to use with the bottle applicator, the included 5, fine-point applicator tips or with an inexpensive brush.
A liquid with gray pigmentation for masking areas of work needing protection when colour is applied in broad washes.