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Seal surface prior to glazing with layer of Liquitex Gloss Medium & Varnish or Matte Medium. Unsealed gesso is absorbent and can soak up the first glaze layer, reducing open time. Air flowing above surface will make acrylic glazes dry quicker. Close windows and vents if necessary during glazing applications.
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Glazing medium disperses the pigment more evenly and you're less likely to get blotchy areas. Glazing medium contains the binder ("glue") used in acrylic paints which helps the paint to stick, whereas too much water leaves a weak structure or layer of Author: Brian Rice.
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