Matte, Satin & Gloss Medium & Varnish are water based, non-toxic, self-leveling and can be used either as a medium to change the sheen levels of acrylic paints or as an over-varnish for acrylic painting.
- Provide a non-tacky protective coating.
- Are creamy, mid-viscosity products made from hard acrylic emulsion.
- They are non-removable, however they can be overpainted.
Please note allow 1 week for large sizes as not stock items
Use as a glue for paper and as a varnish in collage.
This Gloss Medium can be used as a gloss finishing varnish and as a glossy additive to the paint. Mixed with Derivan colours, it increases gloss and flow characteristics. Used as a finishing varnish, it produces a strong, protective, tack-free, clear film.
Pictures treated with Polymer Gloss will appear to look like work done with oil paints or shiny enamel. Polymer Gloss Varnish is freely intermixable with Derivan Acrylics. It is water-based and may appear slightly milky whilst wet.
Polymer Varnish - with (UltraViolet Light Stabilizers) is a waterborne acrylic polymer varnish that dries to a protective, flexible, dust resistant surface over acrylic paint. Removable with ammonia. Available in Gloss, Satin and Matte
Non-reversible, oil-based medium to even out the reflective finish of the painting prior to varnishing. Dries to a non-yellowing, gloss finish so that the consequent application of a gloss, satin or matt picture varnish can be achieved more easily. Not to be used as a final varnish.
Non-reversable, oil-based medium formulated to even-out the reflective finish of the painting prior to varnishing.
Stand Oil (40 Poise), Distilled Gum Turpentine, Cobalt Drier.
Langridge Isolating Medium is a Stand Oil based fluid medium for the isolation of preceding paint layers.
It may be applied to paintings once the existing paint film is stable and dry.
It dries to a non-yellowing, gloss finish to protect and enrich oil paint surfaces, especially those that are dull or matted-out due to being underbound as a result of poor priming or solvent-overthinning of the oil paint.