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Airbrush Color –
NO Way – Leopard from Namur by Ton Jansen
“Over 30 years of airbrushing I’ve used all the different
brands of paint and they all gave me issues. Jacquard
Airbrush paint is far ahead of them all.”
Jacquard Airbrush Colors meet the needs of artists like never before, raising the bar for quality, economy and versatility. Though originally formulated for textiles, the exceptional durability, unsurpassed coverage and superb flexibility of Jacquard Airbrush Colors have attracted artists of every ilk. The go-to paint for custom shoe and sneaker painting, it resists cracking, peeling and chipping better than any other brand.
With excellent adhesion on many non-traditional surfaces such as vinyl, leather,
plastic, rubber on fabric, these paints are soft to the touch and exceptionally
washfast. Formulated for easy spraying right out of the bottle with no additives
or adulteration required, these odorless, non-toxic and water-based fluid acrylic
paints perform well even at low pressures, with minimal tip-dry or clogging.
Available in six intermixable varieties: Transparent, Opaque, Metallic, Fluorescent,
Bright and Iridescent. All the colors are highly pigmented and intense!
airbrushing, marbling, spritzing, painting, stamping, refilling markers
and pens, stenciling
natural and synthetic fabric, leather, vinyl, wood, paper, rubber, plastic,
clay, metal and more
Sizes – 49 Colors
4 fl oz/118 ml (Item JAB2)
8 fl oz/0.24 L (Item JAB3)*
16 fl oz/0.47 L (Item JAB4)*
St. Petersburg Watercolors
A professional quality watercolor made in a country rich with art history. These liquid-poured, semi-moist, full pan
watercolors are manufactured in a St. Petersburg factory that has been producing color for over 100 years. The liquid-
poured process is thought by professionals to be the highest quality grade watercolors. The finest raw materials and
pigments are used to guarantee the highest possible light and color fastness
Derivan Liquid Pencil
Why just sketch with graphite when you can paint it too!
Have you ever been sketching and wanted to cover a larger area quickly? Or wanted to just variegate the tone very subtly similar to using a watercolor? Well, Derivan Liquid Pencil is capable of all these things and more. It’s a truly revolutionary way to create sketches.
Derivan Liquid Pencil is available in Permanent and Rewettable formulas in six subtle graphite shades – Yellow, Red, Blue. Sepia, Grey 3 and Grey 9 in 40ml jars.
Use (unique formulation)
Derivan Liquid Pencil is an innovative new product that allows you to create authentic graphite pencil effects and pencil sketches using a liquid. It has been formulated to be easily thinned with water or MM9 Acrylic Painting Medium (to maintain permanency) and allow for the softest of colors to be applied with a brush, nib, or other art tools. With a creamy consistency, and a different rheology (flow of liquid matter), artists now have a wider scope for creating sketches.
Lighter or darker results can be obtained by mixing in a combination of water and medium and the effective layering (glazing) of different shades. Water will allow you to spread it more easily and the addition of MM9 Medium will maintain the intrinsic structure of the product.
As with all creative undertaking, experimentation is recommended as there are no precise ‘fool proof’ method to achieve exact variety of tones.
Due to a precisely balanced formulation another great benefit of the Permanent liquid pencil is that it will “burnish up’ in a similar manner to traditional graphite but it will not smudge.
The Rewettable formula will also allow you to remove areas using water – in a similar manner to watercolour techniques. A standard eraser can also be used and while it will remove some of the color it will not erase back to clean paper. Another advantage to using Derivan Liquid Pencil is that large areas can be built up and covered quickly and easily. This product can is also completely compatible with traditional solid form of graphite.
Each of the shade variations gives each color in the Derivan Liquid Pencil range unique properties. There are distinct undertones such as blue, yellow, red, and sepia, in addition to neutral grey in two different finishes – to allow a great range of options for artists – Grey 3 and Grey 9. The number is indicative of the final rendered layer’s undertone (cooler or warmer grey ) rather than lightness or darkness.
All shades in the Derivan Liquid Pencil range were created using natural graphite powder, just like those used in the more familiar solid form and most commonly known as the active ingredient in lead pencils.
Graphite is a common, naturally occurring form of carbon, non-toxic. When carbon compounds are subjected to extreme pressure and heat, it converts to crystalline graphite. However, not all graphites are equal…
There are different types of natural graphite, each sourced from different types of ore deposits and each intended for a variety of uses like, lubricants, batteries, household and automobile paints and, of course, as artist medium. Graphite in various grades of softness or hardness results in different qualities and tones when used in artist media.
Different regions on the planet produce graphite with unique properties. For example, the graphite powder used in Liquid Pencil Grey 3 is sourced from China and has a partially formed structure that contains additional compounds, which give it a deep black color with a blue undertone. In contrast, the graphite used in Liquid Pencil Grey 9 comes from Sri Lanka and has a more uniform chemical structure that imparts a silver metallic sheen to the finish.
Brushes, utensils, and hands can then be washed with soap and water.
Wash stains out immediately with cold water and household soap, taking care not to spread the stain. Dry stains will need to be soaked overnight in lukewarm soapy water. Do not use hot water, chemical solvents, or thinners. Other methods of cleaning will generally only act to drive the stain in deeper.
Suitable clothing should be worn as some staining may occur.
Health & Safety
Derivan Liquid Pencil is a non-toxic water-based product containing water and graphite powder dispersed in an acrylic polymer emulsion. For further information, please view or download the Safety Data Sheet document here.
The Liquid Pencil set of twelve 12ml tubes, contains all six shades of Liquid Pencil in Permanent and Rewettable formulas.
trav•e•logue series artist journals
Hand-bound bookcloth cover has just the right flexibility. Contains 128 pages of heavyweight buff drawing paper with a good tooth. Great for pen & ink, pencil, and markers. Accepts light watercolor washes without buckling and, of course, it’s 100% acid-free. We wrap it all up with a durable elastic closure and tuck a very useful clear envelope inside the back cover. Available in 5 formats. Now in 4 colors including Vermillion Red.
trav•e•logue series watercolor journals
Bound in natural linen, these three new journals offer watercolorists an attractive and practical option for travel painting. Inside are 60 pages of soft-white, acid-free, 200 gsm watercolor paper with a pleasing cold-press finish. All of the thoughtful Travelogue details are included from the durable elastic closure to the clear pocket tucked inside the back cover.
Quattro artist journals and pad holders
Quattro works. Now available in six sizes, it will work the way you want. Rounded corners mean Quattro will resist damage as you carry it. The specially laminated cover resists dirt and stains.
QUATTRO GRID JOURNALS
Open a Quattro journal and fold the cover around to the back to reveal it’s truly refined grid pattern. Each 90 gsm, super-smooth, acid-free sheet is printed in soft gray ink. Sheets are micro-perforated for effortless removal.
QUATTRO ARTIST BLANK JOURNALS
Open a Quattro Artist Blank journal and fold the cover around to the back to reveal 60 sheets of quality, acid-free drawing paper. Sheets are microperforated for effortless removal. Choose one that’s just your size.
Global Art HandBook Journal Handmade Watercolor Books
• Archival Quality
• 100% Cotton fiber
• Internally & Surface sized 140lb /300 gsm paper
• Made in India
3 Ways to Color Leaves in Magical Jungle
by Johanna Basford
I thought it might be helpful to share this little tutorial with you demonstrating 3 different ways to color leaves, because let’s face it, the jungle is pretty leafy! I’ve gone for a traditional green color palette for my foliage, but remember this Jungle is MAGICAL – so grab all your tropical brights and make those leaves any color that takes your fancy! And once you are finished your masterpiece, don’t forget to upload it to my spangly new Coloring Gallery (www.johannabasford.com/coloring-gallery) and share your work with the world 🙂
My stretched canvas collection features designs from all 4 books; Secret Garden, Enchanted Forest, Lost Ocean and Magical Jungle. Available in square or landscape format, each cotton canvas is primed with acid-free acrylic gesso and is perfect for solvent based markers or acrylic or gouache paints – fantastic for Colorists who want to take their art off the page and try some new materials and techniques! If you use solvent based markers, I’d recommend sealing with a clear UV Resistant fixative spray to protect your colors from fading.
• Two sizes available: 12”x12” & 12”x24”
• Acid-free paper board backing for firm surface
• Solid kiln-dried spruce stretcher bars
Gouache Studio – now available at Dots ‘N Doodles
A favorite medium for color fans of all ages
Designed for introductions to art and teaching, the Caran d’Ache Gouache Studio is a favorite medium for color fans of all ages and all creative universes.
Gouache Studio gouache tablets are characterized by a unique, durable formula and their texture contains no plasticisers whatsoever. Instead only natural vegetal binding agents are used which maintain their smoothness and velvety finish while avoiding any cracking. Luminous and very finely ground, highly concentrated pigments combine with these vegetal binding agents to form colours of incomparable beauty. Opaque and matt by nature, the gouaches are water-soluble and have excellent coverage, while painted surfaces remains flexible after drying. This means that a project in progress can then be worked on again subsequently.
The Caran d’Ache Gouache Studio is suitable for high-density watercolor effects on solid backgrounds. Combinations with water-resistant pastels make it possible to achieve rich washed out effects, multiple paint layers or batik by using overlaying and scraping techniques.
The Gouache Studio assortments are entirely developed and manufactured in the workshops of the Maison Caran d’Ache in line with the requirements of the Swiss Made label and environmental standards.
– Type: Water-based paint with a natural binder and no plasticizer, water-soluble
– High pigment concentration, luminous colors, good light resistance, economical to use.
– Complies with CE EN71
– Warning. Not suitable for children under 3 years
– Techniques: opaque and
transparent painting on paper or cardboard, easy to mix, water-soluble.
– Available in tablet assortments of 8 and 15 colors and tube assortments of 5, 8 and 12 colors as well as as pump dispensers in 30 distinct shades.
The water-soluble fibre-tipped pens in luminous and transparent shades
When it comes to the Fibralo range of fibre-tipped pens, the Maison Caran d’Ache has created a medium of choice for color enthusiasts. Filled with completely water-soluble ink and offering a wealth of luminous, transparent shades, Fibralo fibre-tipped pens are designed for budding artists as well as professionals in the fields of design, architecture and every artistic sphere.
Colors take on vibrant watercolor shades or outline various shapes. The durability enables optimal use for up to three years. Even if the cap is left open, the ink retains its qualities for up to seven days without drying out. Fibralo fibre-tipped pens offer excellent writing length of more than 600 meters. Inks do not bleed through paper and are washable on most contemporary fabrics.
The Fibralo range offers 30 medium-tipped colours and three metallic shades with excellent coverage. They are entirely developed and manufactured in the Caran d’Ache workshops, according to the quality standard criteria of the Swiss Made label and in compliance with environmental norms and certifications.
– Type: Medium, water-soluble fibre-tipped pens
– Superior quality water-based ink does not bleed through paper and can be washed out of most modern fabrics
– Bright, transparent colours last a long time when used for writing (>600 m), will not dry out for 7 days with the cap left off, 3 year guarantee against ink drying out
– Complies with CE EN71
– Warning. Not suitable for children under 3 years
– Techniques: watercolor, washes, stenciling, color bundling technique, sketching, coloring and transfer printing.
– Available in assortments of 10, 15, 24 and 30 colors.
– Also available in a 24 Fibralo wooden case.
SolarFast dyes are light-sensitive and only develop color and become permanent upon exposure to sunlight (UV). This unique property means SolarFast may be used to create remarkably detailed photographs, photograms and shadow-prints on paper or fabric by harnessing the power of the sun! Anything you place on the painted surface to block the light will create a print in a matter of minutes, whether that’s a solid object (toys, tools, plants, lace, etc.), a photographic negative (an image digitally printed onto a transparency) or shadow (from folds in the fabric or a 3D object).
HOW TO: Boho Bench Makeover
Mark’s outdoor bench had been left out in the elements for two whole years but that didn’t stop him from giving it a gorgeous makeover! Check out the transformation that saved this Boho beauty!
Terra Skin Paper
Meet Kevin Jenne. A multi media artist on TerraSkin who takes seriously do something everyday that scares you ...and kinda revels in it.
About Kevin Jenne
I grew up in the Eastern Townships, QC in a small community called East Farnham, time spent in nature was a given. As an artist I am largely self taught – of course after credit is given to my artist mother who gave me me a great start in understanding painting, drawing and even tapestries.That whole idea of bright colours on black from those tapestries has really lasted with me. When I was drawing, painting or making comic books as kid life just felt right. Eventually I headed to Montreal and Toronto met David Drum who opened my eyes at the myriad of different ways to offer art and make an life as an artist. Returning to Montreal I rented the top floor of the old Atwater library and had my 1st show. My Dad is a metal machinist and I asked him to fashion me 15 wrought iron easels for that 1st show and which I still use in my annual Montreal exhibits at 1507 Dr. Penfield. Since then I have regularly exhibited internationally, enjoyed being repped by great galleries and even owned a gallery in Mexico.
Recently I have delved into event work and specific projects. For example I speed paint events (especially musical events) and the pieces are then auctioned off right at the event. I set up team building events – guiding 30 people to generate a masterpiece. I even Visual DJ art events – creating live animation on site.
what projects are you doing with TerraSkin?
One of my current personal projects is a painting a day on TerraSkin – which actually connects with my running! When I was a kid in the woods I would simply go left, go right as prompted intuitively. As adult when I run I do the same .I do not have a route and this has lead me to the discovery of some of Montreal’s Desire Paths. Over the years I have been obsessed with finding these Desire Paths -and I just have had to document them. These paths maintained by urbanites just going with their flow often involve short cuts through nature, connecting urban to nature seamlessly. Cities in Europe actually document these paths and adopt them into city planning considering the people have voted with their feet. So currently I paint these paths and I find the ease of putting up a sheet of stone paper is so fast plus the way oil moves on the paper is incredible .
What mediums (even brands you prefer) do you work with on the TerraSkin?
Recently I inherited a huge box of oil paints from a friend’s grandfather. I added linseed oil and instantly rediscovered the love of oil paint. It is funny, the old tubes are so delicate and a little fragile so if I squeeze a little too hard the back open ups and I get a big blob and I then I think -oh I got to paint with red now! So I have returned to my roots of landscapes and oils.
What technical discoveries did you make or find using the paper? – both positive and negative. What solutions/adaptations did you discover to any road blocks?
Painting with oil is so interesting on the stone paper. The surface is not like canvas, it is a cross between canvas and metal. I always put Tri-Art black gesso both front and back of each sheet. This is a new material and I do find it sensitive to being marked by metals using gesso overcomes that road block and help in preservation.
It is nice that it stores flat or rolled – easier than stretcher bars. BTW I did a youtube on how stretch the rock paper over stretcher bars! The 28×40 size of sheet, is a really good size as far as clients are concerned.
What is incredible with using oil paint on the rock paper is the lack of resistance, the oil slides on without the texture/drag of a canvas surface—- It just becomes a much freer experience, for me it is a much closer experience in creating the movement in the painting.
Often Artists go in with a set of well defined habits and find themselves opening up in a new direction After working with HeartStonePaper.
hmmm -Maybe that happened for me with the Terraskin paper too. I started with acrylics just painting on it but the waterproof aspect and speed of setting up for oil paint has taken me outdoors and back to landscapes!
What are your thoughts going forward?
Oh this outdoor adventure is just beginning for me – look for me and my art exhibiting in public outdoor spaces soon. I am deep in research on the stone paper and the materials I am using — will keep you posted!
Drafting Supplies Videos
Using drafting supplies can be a bit confusing at times. Below are three videos that will help in better understand drafting materials. Alvin has created a new video series that takes a look at many of the classic tools used for drafting and technical drawing by hand. Doug Patt, architect, author, and popular YouTube personality, hosts the show and teaches viewers about these tools.
Feel free to share these videos in your store or on your social media accounts or website!
Using French Curves
Candice Bohannon Paints with Ceracolors
Ceracolors is featured in the December 2015 issue of The Artist’s Magazine, in the front-cover feature Cold Encaustic! Ceracolors does not require heat, solvents or mediums. Ceracolors share properties with traditional waterborne paint that makes it instantly familiar to painters, but it also has unique characteristics and advantages of its own. Ceracolors is an alternative to artists who do not want the fumes and heat of encaustic paint. Multimedia artists love this new medium that can be used with acrylics, watercolors, gouache, tempera and encaustic paint.
Kim Flora, an artist accustomed to working with (hot) encaustic tries Natural Pigments water-soluble (cold) wax paints, Ceracolors—and discovers something unexpected.
Comparing Browns – Michael Harding Oil Color with Vicki Norman
Fascinating experiments with Michael Harding’s Italian Brown Ochre, Transparent Oxide Red, Transparent Oxide Brown, Burnt Umber and Vandyke Brown – with British Plein air artist and tutor Vicki Norman.
• Vicki Norman’s website: http://www.vickinormanstudio.com
Michael Harding paints are made by hand, using techniques which date back to the days of the Old Masters. There is a very simple reason for this painstaking process: to create colours that are true and vibrant, and paint which is beautiful and durable.
My paints are made by hand, using techniques which date back to the days of the Old Masters. There is a very simple reason for this painstaking process. As an artist and painter I wanted to create colours that were true and vibrant, and paint which was beautiful and durable.
The greater the pigment content of a paint the greater the resistance it has to fading. Nearly all manufacturers use various fillers to extend the volume of the oil paint — it may increase profits, but compromises on quality. I refuse to do this — why make something exceptional and then dilute it?
SENNELIER la petite Aquarelle 12 x 1/2 Pans
A delicate and intense water color, which is made in France.
The elastic strap for easy carrying in hand.
With “La petite watercolors” Sennelier makes watercolor painting more easy.
Sennelier La Petite Aquarelle is a fine watercolour made in France, the little sister of Sennelier Aquarelle. These travel sets are ideal for field trips and have soft elastic straps to hold them securely in the palm of your hand.
Sennelier La Petite Aquarelle paints are delicate and colourful. The pigments have been specifically selected for their mixability, and the innovative formula facilitates blends and washes.
The following Sennelier La Petite Aquarelle Sets are available:
12 x 1/2 pan set contains: Titanium White, Primary Yellow, Chinese Orange, Alizarin Crimson Lake, Rose Madder Lake, Cobalt Blue, Phthalocyanine Blue, Phthalo. Green Deep, Phthalo. Green Light, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, Payne’s Grey
24 x 1/2 pan set contains: Titanium White, Lemon Yellow, Primary Yellow, Sennelier Yellow Deep, Chinese Orange, Sennelier Orange, Alizarin Crimson Lake, Rose Madder Lake, Cobalt Violet Deep Hue, Ultramarine Deep, Cobalt Blue, Phthalocyanine Turquoise, Phthalocyanine Blue, Phthalo. Green Deep, Phthalo. Green Light, Forest Green, Olive Green, Yellow Ochre, Raw Umber, Burnt Sienna, Venetian Red, Burnt Umber, Payne’s Grey, Ivory Black
Tim Holtz® Mini Distress Ink Pads
Ranger and Tim Holtz® are pleased to announce the release of all 48 Mini Distress Ink Pads in open stock. Small just got bigger! The Tim Holtz® Mini Distress Ink Pads are a collection of 52 individual 1” x 1” water-based dye inks. Like their larger counterpart, the Minis feature a raised felt pad with ink that is reactive with water and coordinates with the Distress palette of products. Each ink pad is stackable and fade resistant. Mini Ink Pads can be re-inked with matching Distress Ink Re-inker.
TIM HOLTZ® MINI DISTRESS INK PADS
- 1” x 1” stackable ink pads
- 52 colors of the Distress color palette
March 15, 2016 | Press Releases
Artists Receive FREE QoR® Cobalt Blue, Expanding your Palette and experiment. GOLDEN is giving watercolor artists an opportunity to expand their color palette with its unique Spring 2016 Free Color Promotion highlighting QoR Watercolors. With the purchase of 3 tubes of QoR, artists will
receive an 11 ml tube of QoR Cobalt Blue FREE! This is a great opportunity to give QoR Watercolor a try if you’ve never experimented with them before!
The free tube of QoR Cobalt Blue (Series 4) will be packaged with a flyer and a QoR Sample card, which you can share with a friend. This package represents a great value and not only brings artists savings, but it allows you to try new color combinations, inspiring exploration and expansion of your ideas!
QoR Watercolor retains the best qualities of traditional watercolors while expanding the range and versatility of each color. QoR’s exclusive binder provides more pigment in every brushstroke, offering a strength, range and versatility unmatched in the history of watercolors.
The unique QoR formulation accentuates the luminosity and brilliance of pigments even after drying. It provides the subtlety, transparency and flow of a great watercolor, with colors that have as much vibrancy as the best acrylic or oil paint. QoR offers several unique qualities:
· Vibrant, intense colors that stay brilliant even after they dry
· Exceptionally smooth transitions, flow and liveliness on paper
· Excellent resolubility in water and glazing qualities
· Vivid depth of color with each brushstroke
· Greater resistance to cracking and flaking
· More density of color than traditional watercolors
· Exclusive Aquazol® binder used in conservation
Artists can learn more about QoR Watercolor by viewing some short, informative videos at http://www.qorcolors.com/videos.
Look for more information about the GOLDEN Spring 2016 Free QoR Color Promotion at your local art supply retailer beginning early March. To learn more about QoR Watercolor, go to www.QoRcolors.com. For technical product information, feel free to contact the Materials & Applications team by calling 607-847-6154 or by emailing email@example.com.
Buy three M Graham tubes of oil paint and get Azo Coral FREE. Limited supplies.
Announcing Azo Coral: A New, Limited-Edition Oil Color
We are pleased to introduce Azo Coral 11-015, a limited-edition oil color.
Azo Coral 11-015 is a semi-transparent glazing orange with a vibrant red leaning mass tone and a beautiful orange undertone. This new color is a uniquely creamy formulation, ideal for glazing directly from the tube as well as body color applications.
Azo Coral 11-015 is formulated with Orange 62 and Red 254 pigments, which produce a color stronger than Quinacridone Red, not quite as dominant as Naphthol Red Red, yet more orange than Indian Yellow. Our new Azo Coral possesses the ease of handling one expects of a color fully dispersed in walnut oil and the strength of a color that comes with the high pigment loads considered a hallmark of all our color.
We love this color because it’s unlike any other in our lineup. We’ve introduced it because we want to offer artists a glazing orange unique to both our lines and others’.
Only 6,000 1.25 oz tubes of Azo Coral 11-015 have been produced. They will be available for a limited time as part of a special promotion starting mid-January 2016.
Prearranged 12-color Quiller Traveler Palette
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Prearranged 12-color Traveler Palette
Alvin Heritage Apollo Lead Holders and Refills
Alvin Heritage Apollo Lead Holders offer a thick brushed anodized barrel for easy handling when sketching and drawing and do a great job keeping the lead off your fingers. Features include an easy release, auto-feed clutch and a handy pocket clip.
VARSITY The Fashionable, No-Maintenance Fountain Pen
at Dots ‘N doodles Art Supplies
Finally an elegant, easy-to-use, every day, no-maintenance fountain pen! Varsity features seven vibrant ink colors and a real laser cut, stainless steel fountain pen
nib. Varsity isprefilled and guarantees smooth, expressive writing. Get in touch with your inner poet, writer or artist with a writing instrument designed to deliver an unsurpassed writing experience.
The Pilot Varsity fountain pen captures the fun of writing with a fountain pen in a modern body style. Its stainless steel nib and Advanced Liquid Ink Feed System ensure smooth writing, and the ink supply is visible through a window on the side. The Varsity is a great no-maintenance everyday fountain pen.
- The everyday fountain pen now with a new modern design
- Fashionable, no-maintenance fountain pen that s convenient and easy to use
- Advanced liquid ink feed system and genuine stainless steel nib guarantee smooth writing
- Visible ink supply allows you to see how much ink is left
Item: Varsity fountain pen in Black, Blue, Red, Green, Pink, Purple and Turquoise – 7 pack
Ink Color: Assorted
Point Type: Medium
Derivan Liquid Pencil
Have you ever been sketching and wanted to cover a larger area quickly? Or wanted to just variegate the tone very subtly similar to using a watercolour? Well Derivan Liquid Pencil is capable of all these things and more.
Derivan Liquid Pencil is an innovative new product that allows you to create authentic graphite pencil effects and pencil sketches using a liquid. It has been formulated to be easily thinned with water or MM9 Acrylic Painting Medium (to maintain permanency) and allow for the softest of colours to be applied with a brush, nib, or other art tools. With a consistency of cream, and a different rheology, artists now have a wider scope for creating sketches.
Derivan Liquid Pencil is available in six graphite shades each with a permanent or rewettable formula.
Due to a precisely balanced formulation another great benefit of the Permanent liquid pencil is that it will “burnish up’ in a similar manner to traditional graphite but it will not smudge.
The rewettable formula will also allow you to remove areas using water – in a similar manner to watercolour techniques, or it is possible to use with a traditional eraser. Another advantage to using Derivan Liquid Pencil is that large areas can be built up and covered quickly and easily.
Each of the shades have a definite graphite colour, however, there are distinct undertones such as blue, yellow red, sepia and neutral in two different strengths to allow a great range of options for artists. Derivan Liquid Pencil – a revolutionary way to create sketches.
Paper Crafter Crayons Red-Yellow
- Paper Crafter Crayons™ are highly-pigmented wax crayons that can be used on all types of crafting surfaces like card stock, chipboard, canvas, embossed and textured paper, even wood, glass and ceramic
- Mix and Match with wet mediums, like inks, paints, Gelatos™ and Art GRIP Aquarelles to create colorful wax resist effects. Just doodle, trace, draw or write a message, then cover the crayon marks with the wet medium and the marks will “resist” the wet medium and show through!
From the metallic color palette of GOLDEN Heavy Body and Fluid Acrylic colors, Micaceous Iron Oxide is a warm, nearly black color that dries with a texture and sparkle similar to fine grit sandpaper. Great as a metallic color, it also makes an excellent surface for drawing with pencil, pastel and conté crayon.
available at Dots ‘N Doodles
Americana Decor Maxx Gloss provides a revolutionary, superior, high-gloss sheen that delivers an almost lacquer-like finish. It enables you to create contemporary, sleek, and polished furniture and home décor accessories. Until now, this level of gloss finish has only been available in aerosol spray paints. Aersols cause over-spray and must be used in a well-ventilated area for safety. Maxx Gloss now offers DIYers the ability to add a high-gloss finish with a water-based, non-toxic, brush-on formula.
AMERICANA DECOR® MAXX GLOSS™
MAXIMUM GLOSS SHEEN
Americana Decor Maxx Gloss provides a revolutionary, superior, high-gloss sheen that delivers an almost lacquer-like finish. It enables you to create contemporary, sleek, and polished furniture and home décor accessories. Until now, this level of gloss finish has only been available in aerosol spray paints. Aersols cause over-spray and must be used in a well-ventilated area for safety. Maxx Gloss now offers DIYers the ability to add a high-gloss finish with a water-based, non-toxic, brush-on formula. Patent protection has been applied for.
The advanced adhesion technology assures a durable finish on almost all surfaces without the need to prime or sand.
- Remarkable coverage achieved in two coats
- Extended open time allows optimum flow and leveling for an ultra smooth finish
- Durable, hard finish which, once fully cured, is highly resistant to household cleaning chemicals
- Fade resistant
- Soap and water clean-up
- Indoor or outdoor use
Americana Decor® Maxx Gloss™ comes in 20 high-gloss, trendy colors.
How to Use Maxx Gloss
Test an inconspicuous spot to ensure that adhesion occurs and no surface primer is required. If desired, sand surface to remove any imperfections for smoothest finish. No priming or sanding required on sealed surfaces. Clean object thoroughly. Stir paint; do not shake. Apply with a quality, soft bristle brush in multiple, thin coats to prevent drips and runs on vertical surfaces. Immediately smooth out drips. Let dry to the touch between coats. Allow 14 days to cure fully. Soap and water clean-up. One 8 oz jar covers approximately 35 square feet on sealed surfaces.
TO USE ON RAW/UNFINISHED SURFACES
Seal the surface first with one coat of Multi-Purpose Primer & Sealer. and let dry. Sand the surface with fine grit sandpaper. Remove dust with a slightly damp cloth. Apply a second coat of sealer and let dry. Use a small piece of brown paper bag to “sand” the surface until smooth. Wipe with cloth. Use a good quality, soft-bristled brush to apply a thin coat of Americana Decor Maxx Gloss. Let dry to the touch. Repeat paint application until desired sheen is achieved (usually 2 to 3 coats).
Tips for Maxx Gloss
Avoid overloading brush or overworking paint.
Load brush to a medium thickness to get a nice, leveled look. If it is too thin, brush strokes will show.
Maxx Gloss is thinner than most paints, so take caution on vertical surfaces. Leave surface flat as long as possible to prevent drips.
Use a flat, soft bristle brush to achieve a smoother, streak-free finish.