Resists are used in Serti-style silk painting to create barriers for liquid color such as Silk Colors or Dye-Na-Flow as the color spreads on the fabric. “Serti” means to encircle or enclose, and this technique allows silk painters to easily achieve “stained glass window” effects. Typically, the resist is applied with a fine line applicator, brush or screen.
silk and most other lightweight fabrics
Colored and clear permanent resist. Solvent thins resist and cleans tools.
Metallic resist holds fine, crisp lines and is completely permanent.
Clear resist washes out easily with water and can be colored with any water-based dye.
This gutta offers all the advantages of permanent and removable resists, without any of the disadvantages.