Liquid Mask is used to reserve areas which are to remain unpainted, especially in airbrush techniques, but also with watercolors and temperas. The product forms a protective film on the area which the artists does not want to paint. Once the work is dry, liquid mask is rubbed off with an eraser or piece of cloth, revealing the unpainted area.
Matt and opaque acrylic colours with highest pigment concentration in a water-based formula, especially developed for brush-on application. The Model Colour range is very extensive and includes basic shades as well as many references developed by our experts for use on historical figures as well as the specific colours employed for all types of vehicles, planes and military models. The assortment includes a selection of glazes, transparent and fluorescent colours used for achieving special effects. It is recommended to apply the colours on a surface which has first been primed; the colours dry rapidly and form a self-levelling, homogenous paint film, equally perfect for large surfaces as for the most miniature details of the model. Model Colour performs exceptionally well on all surfaces, with extraordinary adherence on resin, plastics, steel and white metal. Tools and brushes are cleaned with water.