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Saturday, June 16, 2007

About masking fluid

My friend George Bussinger at McCallister's Art Store in Dayton emailed me a tip for my blog today. He had several customers complain that masking fluid turns rubbery and useless if it isn't used regularly. George says that his commercial artist customers drop several marbles into the fluid to keep the fluid level near the top so air can't dry out the fluid.

Another tip, from Sylvia Dugan (PainterBear at WetCanvas): Keep the bottle or jar upside down. This works well for the pointed tip mask applicators, too.

Does anybody else have any ideas on liquid mask?

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Poetry said...

A garden of elephant ears.

A lake of light.

A furrowed sky.

Warm air, tinged with the coolness of a passing shower.

A swath of short green swords with serrated edges.

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