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This removable gray liquid frisket for watercolor and airbrush is water soluble when wet, but dries waterproof.
This product contains latex.
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Great masking fluid.
from New Mexico
Comments about Pebeo Drawing Gum:
This is the only brand I've tried. Works great if you gently roll it off. I tried catching a long piece and pulling upward on it and it tore my paper. Rolling is the best method.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Best brand to use
from Clermont, FL
I switched to this brand from another on the recommendation I read in a book by Nita Engle. She's right. This is the brand to use. It goes on as thinly and finely as you need, comes up easily, and doesn't stain the paper.
One of the best in its line.
from Longmont, CO
Many liquid friskets are too thick or too white. I find I can detail more with this product by having finer lines.
Best masking fluid for fine details
from Lewes, DE
This masking fluid is the consistency of milk and allows you to mask fine details without difficulty. Using a rigger brush allows you to create the smallest areas and ultra fine lines.
Best masking fluid!
from Plymouth, MI
Apparently, Pebeo manufactures two different formulas for its drawing gum. Dick Blick carries the ARTIST'S formula, which is far superior to any other masking fluid I have tried.
Best Masking Fluid
I've tried lots of different masking mediums, and this one is the best. It does exactly what it should.
Pebble drawing gum
from Eagle Mountain, Utah
I use it for masking with watercolors. I appreciate the fact that you can add water to it if needed.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Don't use this
from Tucson, AZ
I used this product on Arches high quality watercolor paper.It does mask, but it bleeds outward, so you get irregular lines that have to be touched up.The real problem is that it wrecks the surface of the paper, pulling up some fibers and sizing. I noticed that paint and ink applied with fine brushes and dip pens really bled out, ruining what I was doing.I've also noticed recently that its not easy to remove from paper after a few days, some bits continue to stick.Its better to learn to paint around areas than use this stuff!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: To ensure the most success with Drawing Gum, it is important to ensure your paper is completely dry prior to application. We suggest not leaving mask on for longer than 24 hours as it will begin to form a more permanent bond after that point. If you would like any additional assistance, please feel welcome to contact our Experts at 1-800-933-2542.
Easy to paint with
By Arty in Mass.
from Boston, Mass.
My teacher recommended this and I can see why. It is easier to "paint" with the other brand I had tried, meaning that it flows nicely, off the brush. It also comes off the paper withut any trouble, even many days later.
from Devils Lake, ND
I use this with water colors to keep the highlights bright white. So far I haven't found any negatives to it
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