If you are following me on Instagram or Twitter, you may already know that yesterday was a day of experimenting with masking fluid. To be honest, I haven't really used it much, ever. Sometimes I am a little lazy and eager to get on with the painting process and I would rather just do my best to leave white areas white when painting. This said, I have to say that this was one of the hardest things that I have had to get used to when painting with watercolors. The experience I had painting before hand was with Oils and Acrylics, in which one can work from dark to light and there is no problem adding in white details until the end. Watercolors broke my brain a little bit, but hopefully I have been able to improve.
Anyway, I decided to confront my fears (and laziness) yesterday because I have a lot of ideas for projects which will require me to use said masking fluid. I worked on a small experimentation in my sketchbook and an actual illustration on a watercolor paper at the same time in order to be able to wait for the masking fluid to dry on one while still working.
I used a paper clip to apply it. Does anybody have any better ideas?
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