Liquitex Glazing Medium - Ken Bromley Art Supplies



Liquitex Glazing Medium

    Liquitex glazing medium is a fluid painting medium which enables you to create brilliant jewel like glazes with acrylic artist colours. It has excellent brushing and levelling qualities and dries quickly enabling rapid successive layers. You can mix it with any amount of acrylic paint, but small quantities of colour provide the most transparency. Any colour can be mixed with the glazing medium, but it is most effective when mixed with transparent or translucent colours. Once dry, it is flexible, non-yellowing and water resistant. 

    Texture: Fluid 
    Sheen: Gloss Relative 
    Opacity: TransparentMix with Slow-Dri Blending Medium or Slow-Dri Fluid Retarder to extend the working time.

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    118ml Product Code: 3940001
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    RRP: £8.95 £6.71
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    • Used with liquitex paint gives a wonderful sheen - Liquitex Glazing Medium 118ml

      Has made such a difference to my pictures, the glazing technique brings colour and focus to my pictures Adrienne Rollason (Broadstairs, United Kingdom) on 3 Apr 2012
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    • I love this medium, makes glazing super easy. - Liquitex Glazing Medium 118ml

      This is my favorite medium so far, but as with all mediums, I find I use a lot, as their use suits my style of working. Much better than using water, but its a shame they are so expensive. Venice Sedgwick (Accrington, United Kingdom) on 14 Nov 2015
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    • great - Liquitex Glazing Medium 237ml

      Does what it says on the bottle :)
      Helps keep paints transparent for more layers than gloss or matte medium does. Dries very glossy.

      Works well with airbrushes for making something akin to 'candy colours' - dyes suspended in lacquer. Still though after some layers even the glaze medium + acrylic colours ends up opaque. Robert Knight (Nuneaton, United Kingdom) on 15 Sep 2013
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