Dennis Clark: Tips For Using Masking Fluid
Dennis Clark delivers a fine art tutorial here where he teaches you a great technique to improve your accuracy whilst using masking fluid on your watercolor paintings.
He uses a small squeezable bottle where he snips the tip off to leave a small hole and fills it with masking fluid. With the right pressure and control you can expect to gain some superb accuracy with your application which ultimately will lead to better results within your watercolor painting and final composition.
He stresses that you should make sure all areas of the paper are covered in masking fluid on the larger areas as there is a tendancy to leave small gaps which if not seen the first time around will come back to bite you when the time comes after a couple of hours to erase the set masking fluid.
This is an excellent tutorial to learn from and further your abilities within watercolor painting…
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