Gold sparkles gouache varnish
The gold sparkles gouache varnish protects works by illuminating them in a film of golden glitter. It is used on paper, cardboard, wood, salt dough, Bristol board, ... using brushes, stamps and foam rollers from the Pébéo Children range.
It is compatible with Pébéo gouaches.
Water-based satin varnish
The water-based gouache satin varnish allows for long-term conservation of works. It is applied without going over and over the product, to avoid soaking the gouache coats, and can be used on paper, cardboard, wood, salt dough, Bristol board, ... using brushes from the Pébéo Children range.
Gouache varnish spray
The gouache varnish satin spray allows adults to protect ink or gouache work made by children for their long-term conservation. The spray provides a reasonably fine protective film.
Drawing Gum is a peelable solution used to keep areas of artwork free, for use with ink, watercolour, diluted gouache, ...
It is used on paper, cardboard, Bristol board, acetate, wood, ... using a brush or pen on parts of the work to be masked. Apply colour when the drawing gum is dry. Once the colours are completely dry just rub the gum with your finger or with an eraser to reveal the masked parts.
The Drawing Gum marker lets you use the product more easily, with a more precise application.
It must be primed before initial use, then:
- with the top on, shake the marker firmly to get the ball moving,
- then, on a sheet of paper, press on the tip several times to soak it with paint.
If residue forms on the tip, you can remove excess material with your finger.
It must be stored horizontally with the cap closed, and can be kept for 12 months after it is first primed at moderate room temperature (15-25 °C).
The marker is an all-in-one tool. This single solution replaces the drawing gum bottle, the paint brush and the water container. This tool is very practical due to its easy handling, its small size suitable for children's hands and its use, which only requires you to choose a surface. It is a mobile product that can be taken everywhere.
India ink is applied to conventional surfaces: paper, Bristol board, cardboard, ... but also on difficult surfaces: metal, glass, plastic, ... with many tools.