in creating large artworks and thick layers of material. Accepts wet and dry media very well. It is designed to hold stiff peaks for highly textured surfaces and it blends easily with colors.(Item# 3575). Dries to a hard, stiff but flexible film with a tooth like fine sandpaper. The absorbent qualities of Molding Paste make it suitable as a ground for nearly every painting and drawing media. Light Molding Paste dries to an opaque, matte finish with good flexibility. Dries to a hard, yet flexible, opaque film. Excellent for increasing viscosity and building surfaces.(Item# 3110). Blends easily with acrylic colors.(Item# 3571).
Light Molding Paste - Over 50 lighter than golden Molding Paste. Mix with Fluid or Heavy Body Acrylics to create dense paint that holds good peaks and dries matte to satin with a finely pebbled surface.(Item# 3572). Molding Paste can also be used to create foundations for painting either to create texture over a smoother surface, or to smooth out a textured surface. Blends with colors to tint and extend paint. Extra Heavy Molding Paste - A blend of Extra Heavy Gel Gloss and Molding Paste. Molding Paste - Excellent for building surfaces and creating textures. Unlike gels, pastes are opaque because they contain Marble Dust or other fillers that create a white or clay-tone finish with a variety of textures and properties. Paste mold noun Etymology: paste (I) : an iron mold lined with adherent carbon that is used wet to shape a circular glass object as it is blown.
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