Painting Types

Acrylic paint is the most versatile and practical of paints It is water based so there are no fumes.  This makes it ideal for painters with home studios. It’s fast drying properties make it great for increasing productivity in the studio. When dry, acrylic paint becomes water resistant. Acrylic paint can mimic other painting types …

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Watercolour paint is portable, lightweight and quick to dry. Because the main support used with watercolour paints is paper, it makes transporting many works practical and low cost. Watercolours are by far the best paints to travel with. Expressing your ideas or getting to know a subject matter with water colour can be a great …

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