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Painting canvas

June 8 2006 at 3:13 PM
Martin Persson  (Login martinpe70)
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Hi,

What is your favourite method to paint and weather canvas? What paint do you use?

TIA
Martin

 
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Bill
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Canvas

July 16 2006, 10:36 PM 

For small scale I use washes and dry brushing (not always in that order) and for large scale I oils and blending (theyre not just for figures anymore).

 
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