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I've noticed time an time again people trying to find out where they can purchase different brands of Water Soluble Oils. I thought it might be a good idea to start a list with a link to the stores website if available.
Hi, I'm new to this medium and while browsing through the topics, walnut oil and safflower oil has been mentioned to thin out the paints, is the walnut oil that is used the same as used for traditional oil paints, or is it modified walnut oil? Also, has
Hello Everyone! I ordered my starter set of paints and it's slowly making it's way to me. I figured I'd practice various brush strokes and designs in the mean time with some water colors and a cheap set of rose art artists brushes. What do you guys think?
To me, this gentleman's paintings are just delicious! Course, I'm a detail type person and there is beautiful detail in his paintings. But beyond that he shows how to create great moods in a painting also. I believe those moody
I have this wonderful watercolor I did several years ago of the desert near my house, but I have always felt it needed a mare and foal in the foreground. It is done on a rigid clayboard for watercolor. Has anyone ever tried adding WMO over a
I have been using the WN linseed oil as my medium for WS oils. I also have WN watersoluble painting medium. The linseed oil makes everything very glossy. It is not an attractive look, in my opinion. Would the WN watersoluble painting medium be more
Painting small plein airs with water soluble oil has been working fine, but once I started painting larger sizes (16x20 and up), the medium started becoming a big issue! Since I like to work wet-into-wet, I’m not looking for fast-drying mediums that past