Aquafine Watercolour Mediums
Daler-Rowney Aquafine Watercolour Mediums are used to change the rate of drying, increase gloss, improve flow or provide texture. They provide watercolourists with limitless opportunities to add special effects and add variations to their watercolour paintings.
- To increase gloss.
- To improve flow and provide texture.
- To create white highlights.
- To increase transparency.
- Made in England.
Art Masking Fluid. Used to create striking white highlights or areas for overpainting at a later stage. Forms a fast-drying, water resistant film on watercolour paper and board, easily removed when dry by rubbing with an eraser, soft tissue or cotton bud. An old brush, pen or cotton bud should be used to apply the Masking Fluid as it is extremely difficult to remove from brushes when dry.
Ox Gall Solution. Improves the wetting and increases the flow of watercolour. Only add a few drops of Ox Gall to the mixing water.
Gum Arabic. Increases the gloss and transparency of watercolours.
Paper Varnish. A clear varnish ideal for prints, maps, découpage and other papercrafts. The intensity of the gloss depends on the type of paper, the more absorbent the paper the lower the gloss finish.
Poster & Watercolours Varnish. Apply one coat for a glossy surface on watercolours, poster or gouache paintings and designs. Apply on top of dry painting. The intensity of the gloss depends on the type of paper, the more absorbent the paper the lower the gloss finish.