Acrylic Paint Mediums & Varnishes
Shopping for acrylic paint mediums at affordable prices? Explore our range below for all sorts of acrylic paint mediums, great for whatever exciting artwork you are creating. Find discounted acrylic paint mediums by some of the best quality paint medium brands! Save on acrylic paint mediums without compromising on quality. Order now and have it delivered to you!
Jo Sonja's Medium Gel Retarder
Jo Sonja's Retarder Mediums are used to slow-down the drying time of acrylic paints. Jo Sonja's Gel Retarder greatly extends drying time and can be mixed with Jo Sonja's Retarder Medium to decrease the "open time," as needed.
Jo Sonja's Painting Mediums Starter Kit
Jo Sonja's Painting Mediums Starter Kit contains:
- 1 x All Purpose Sealer 60ml
- 1 x Clear Glaze Medium 60ml
- 1 x Polyurethane Water-Based Satin Varnish 60ml
- 1 x Magic Mix 60ml
- 1 x Retarder 60ml
- 1 x Brush Soap & Conditioner 60ml
Jo Sonja's Polyurethane Varnishes
Jo Sonja's Polyurethane Varnishes provide a protective finishing coat of exceptional toughness and flexibility. Clear, non-yellowing and water-based, Jo Sonja's Polyurethane Varnishes will protect your work against chemicals, heat and abrasion. Suitable for interior & exterior use.
Jo Sonja's Medium Retarder
Jo Sonja's Retarder Mediums are used to slow-down the drying time of acrylic paints. Jo Sonja's Retarder Mediums do not reduce paint viscosity and are used for decorative effects like antiquing or thicker colour applications.
Jo Sonja's Stroke & Blend Medium
Jo Sonja's Stroke & Blend Medium is specifically formulated for easier stroke blending and floated colour techniques. Heavier bodied than a retarder or antiquing medium, Jo Sonja's Stroke & Blend Medium will not bleed, but slows drying time to allow wet-in-wet or wet-over-dry blending.
Jo Sonja's Tannin Blocking Sealer
Jo Sonja's Tannin Blocking Sealer is ideal for preparing surfaces which are likely to "stain through" paint layers or as a Gold Leaf (real or imitation) Size. This can include knotted wood, stripped furniture and masonite. Jo Sonja's Tannin Blocking Sealer may also be used for pre-sealing items, but should not be used to apply over oily stains.
Jo Sonja's Textile & Fabric Medium
Jo Sonja's Textile & Fabric Medium is a water-based acrylic medium used to convert acrylic colours into permanent fabric paints. Once Jo Sonja's Textile & Fabric Medium is heat set, to natural and non-synthetic fibres, the garments are washable and dry-cleanable. A minimum of 50% cotton fibre content is recommended for best adhesion.
Jo Sonja's Texture Paste
Jo Sonja's Texture Paste is used for exaggerated structure and to create 3D effects. Drying to a very hard matte finish, Jo Sonja's Texture Paste can be overpainted or mixed with acrylic colours, prior to application, to produce a coloured & textured ground. Applicable using unconvential tools, such as a cake decorating bag, Jo Sonja's Texture Paste is highly versatile - great for stenciling techniques and as a 3D collage adhesive!
Langridge Oxidising Patina
Langridge Oxidising Patina is used to activate a rust or verdigris finish.
Langridge Verdigris Base
Langridge Verdigris Base is a copper-based paint which will provide a classic, real green-grey once reacted with Langridge Oxidising Patina.
Liquitex Fabric Medium
Liquitex Fabric Medium reduces acrylic stiffness and eliminates the need to scrub roughly textured fabrics in order for paint to adhere to the surface. Able to prevent dragging and skipping, Liquitex Fabric Medium will solve your uneven application problems!
Liquitex Flexible Modeling Paste
Liquitex Flexible Modeling Paste dries slowly to a hard, yet flexible surface. Adhering to any non-oily & absorbent surface, Liquited Flexible Modeling Paste can be used to build 3D form & heavy textures on supports that may be subject to movement.
Liquitex Flexible Modeling Paste can also be mixed with acrylic colours to increase thickness and rigidity, while acting as a weak white tint.
FAQs about Acrylic Paint Mediums & Varnishes
What Is An Acrylic Medium?
A medium is added to paint in order to change its properties. Acrylic mediums can be absorbed into the pigment to change properties such as drying time, or thickening/changing the texture.