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Using QoR Watercolor Medium, Synthetic Ox Gall, and Lift Aid

6 thoughts on “Using QoR Watercolor Medium, Synthetic Ox Gall, and Lift Aid”

  1. Can I paint oils on top of a drird QOR painting? I want to use QOR as a color trial layer prior to final oil painting.

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  2. Hello,
    Thank you very much for this article. You opened my eyes on using synthetic gall on Lanavanguard.
    Your mediums give me great pleasure to use and I like the results.
    Best.

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  3. Good Day/Evening Ms. Cathy.

    Concerning QoR’s Watercolor Medium, I have noticed something very interesting when I added it to my gum arabic-based gouache. In thick applications, it increases the flexibility of the resulting paint layers to the point that it prevents cracking and flaking-off. When prepared as a dilute solution, it enables gouache made with non-granulating pigments (such as phthalo blue) to make granulating washes. With this, I highly recommend using the watercolor medium even for gouache.

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    • Hello Clarence,
      Thank you for sharing your creative experiences with QoR Watercolor Medium. It is wonderful to hear how well the Medium increases the flexibility and granulation of your gouache applications!
      Warm Regards,
      Cathy

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