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Dr. Ph. Martin's 400032-XXX Bleedproof White, 1.0 oz
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- Bleedproof white in a 1.0 Oz glass jar
- Covers dye, marker colors, or pigment color
- Excellent for correcting on all paper-based surfaces
- Great for watercolor work for building layers
- Made in the USA
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Dr. Ph. Martin's bleed proof white is an opaque watercolor for covering dye colors, markers, and designer colors. It is not intended for mixing. Comes in a 1.0 Oz (30 ml) glass jar.
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it's naturally thick, so if you want it thinner, you have to shake it..if you want it thick again, just let it sit for a bit
I have been looking for a (legitimately) opaque white FOR TOO LONG and now I have one.
I'm sooo happy
I took a picture of it next to a regular sized #2 pencil, so you could get an idea of how big it is
What I do is scoop out some of the thick paint and place it on my ceramic palette. I add a little water until it's just thin enough to flow smoothly (I've come to be able to eyeball it now). I load my nib with this by dipping a filbert brush into the paint and water mixture and pressing it against the reservoir on my nip. I test the flow on a scrap piece of paper to ensure a good balance of flow and opacity.
This product can be watered down for a less than opaque look, as well. It is like a gouache so be aware that it can reactivate if it got wet even after it dried. If that bothers you, I'd try Holbein acryla gouache instead (also works great with dip pens).
This is a versatile product and I'm sure you could find a great use for it but it you already have a white gouache you love, this may not be necessary.