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Protective Coating for Watercolor


Hi guys!
I just found out about Watercolor Ground which turns almost any surface into a watercolor background. It's amazing for watercolor lettering. I really want to use this on phonecases, waterbottles, and journals for my lettering. However, I think I will need a protectant/glaze to prevent the watercolor from chipping. Do you guys have any solutions?
Thank you!

I use fixant spray which takes care of the chipping part. Used it on Gouache and happens to work fine.
Hope this helps.

Bianca M:
hmmm... I'd think you'd need some sort of varnish or shellac for the items like cell phone covers since they get banged around so much.


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