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Once art masking fluid is dry lay down your watercolor wash

Once art masking fluid is dry lay down your watercolor wash

watercolor washes

watercolor washes

watercolors + masking fluid

watercolors + masking fluid

Tips for using watercolor masking fluid.  by  Annie Strack

Tips for using watercolor masking fluid. by Annie Strack

This tiny little watercolor of three blossoms is made using a batik technique. First draw the flowers with masking fluid (a kind of runny rubber cement) on watercolor paper. Then, when that's dry, put down a background color in watercolor. While that's wet, add other colors and allow the paint to bleed, forming interesting patterns and colors. After it's all dry, peel off the masking fluid, exposing the white of the paper.

This tiny little watercolor of three blossoms is made using a batik technique. First draw the flowers with masking fluid (a kind of runny rubber cement) on watercolor paper. Then, when that's dry, put down a background color in watercolor. While that's wet, add other colors and allow the paint to bleed, forming interesting patterns and colors. After it's all dry, peel off the masking fluid, exposing the white of the paper.

Dry Brush Technique for watercolor painting

Dry Brush Technique for watercolor painting

By Colleayn Klaibourne. She traced a stencil ("Ripples" by Artistcellar Stencils) on Yupo paper then applied Grumbacher Misket Liquid Frisket on the areas she wanted to mask. Let the masking fluid dry completely. Drop in alcohol inks (Ranger Adirondack Pool, Aqua, Sailboat Blue) randomly in splashes. Add blending solution. Move paper to let inks move. When dry, peel off masking fluid. Trace top edge of each water line with a fine-tipped black marker.

By Colleayn Klaibourne. She traced a stencil ("Ripples" by Artistcellar Stencils) on Yupo paper then applied Grumbacher Misket Liquid Frisket on the areas she wanted to mask. Let the masking fluid dry completely. Drop in alcohol inks (Ranger Adirondack Pool, Aqua, Sailboat Blue) randomly in splashes. Add blending solution. Move paper to let inks move. When dry, peel off masking fluid. Trace top edge of each water line with a fine-tipped black marker.

Monochromatic study with tape or masking fluid - base off of a photo of an object that they need to identify four shades

Monochromatic study with tape or masking fluid - base off of a photo of an object that they need to identify four shades

Wild Geese by Mary Oliver/ Poem/ Masking Fluid Watercolor Flowers

Wild Geese by Mary Oliver/ Poem/ Masking Fluid Watercolor Flowers

apply masking fluid with a toothpick or the round end of a small brush. Art by Vivian Swift.

apply masking fluid with a toothpick or the round end of a small brush. Art by Vivian Swift.

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