It’s finally time to bring the Play Drawer to YouTube for once! I’ve been wanting to play with masking fluids (aka friskets) for a while, and have been collecting a few. I put them to the test in this video. Supplies are in the doobliedoo. Note that there are ways around some of the bloop issues shown – but I wanted to use the products as purchased before adapting – so stay tuned for an update soon on some other things I’m trying that are already meeting with more success. If you can’t see the video, click HERE to see it on YouTube.
Here’s a shot of the comparison of the four friskets, labelled. As you can see, none of the “color” of any of these transferred to the watercolor paper. (I used THIS cardstock for the test and card both.)
And because a number of you have been asking…it’s THIS color today. *grin*
A few other things to share….
- I was humbled by THIS post. I get so excited when people are inspired by what I put out there!
- Don’t forget the 25% off sale on Copics HERE, just use the coupon code Markers. Shop by Nov 14!
- Watercolor class next Friday (Nov 7) in WA and Nov 23 in MD will be WAY easier than this spiderweb. LOL. Class details HERE.
- Remember the OCC Copic Class is always open – if you missed it earlier, it’s not too late to go learn a ton. Click HERE for that.
• Ranger Non Stick Craft Sheet
• Tim Holtz Distress Watercolor Cardstock
• Daniel Smith Artist Masking Fluid
• Incredible White Mask 2 oz.
• Incredible White Mask 4.5 oz.
• Miskit Liquid Frisket Mask 1.2 fl.oz.
• Scripture Collection 1
• Koi Watercolor Sketch Box 24 Colors w/Brush
• Archival Ink Pad Jet Black
• ATG dispenser
• Princeton Neptune Oval Wash 3/4″ brush
• Princeton Neptune brush 2