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June 26 2006 at 10:16 PM
roy chow  (Login roy_chow)
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Response to So pigments are the key?

Well, that's his method and it looks nice. I use it sometimes. Others, I slather an acrylic gel medium onto my suspension to replicate a textured accumulation of dirt/mud. Then I attack it with colors and pigments. In this way, I don't have to pile as much pigment onto the areas.

 
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