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Aquapasto 60ml

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Aquapasto is a transparent gel medium that reduces flow and gives a bodied effect to water colour and gouache.

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Last Post Royal Mail 21st December

 

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By on 29/04/17
Bridging the gap between watercolour and acrylics

Aqua Pasto is a medium which can be applied pure on to paper, or mixed with colour prior to application, and allows a paste-like texture. It slows the drying time and stays watersoluble, so can be re-worked over time. It means that the water colourist can even paint with a spatula if they want to. The various mediums take water colour to another level allowing the artist to experiment and create textures. Once watercolour was flat and pale now it can be bright and vivid when used with different mediums.

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Founded in 1832, Winsor & Newton are one of the World's leafing brands of fine art materials and has developed a fantastic reputation for reliability, quality and product innovation.

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