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Acrylics as filters?

June 9 2011 at 3:27 PM
  (Login StukeSowle)
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Greetings all!

I'm curious if anyone out there is using acrylics for their filtering process? I have had success with oils and enamels, but have such a greater variation in colors with my acrylic stock. If you are, are there any special techniques used? What do you use to thin the paint? Water?

Looking forward to hearing from anyone!

Stuke

 
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  1. Heck yes! - Michael Kirchoff on Jun 9, 3:53 PM
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  3. Re: Acrylics as filters? - John Murcutt on Jun 9, 6:21 PM
    1. DVD 'Acrylic Weathering' - Harald Hartwig on Jun 10, 8:18 AM
      1. Great! - Stuke Sowle on Jun 10, 1:24 PM
     


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