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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-02-10, 02:41 AM
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And how do you make a wet pallette? My paints dry out too quick when i put them on a pallette but if a take it from the jar, the whole thing gets goey over time. Any help would be appreciated. TY
A wet pallette can be easily created with a shallow dish (plate with a rim/plastic lid turned upside down) a folded paper towel or two, and a piece of baking parchment paper.

Place the folded paper towel in the container of choice and wet it down until it can hold no more (I basically over-wet it then pour off the standing water) place the parchment paper on top and there you go.

On a side note- use a secondary brush to mix your paints and the detail brush only for details. Use only the amount of paint you need and clean your brush often in a *clean* pot of water (change this fairly often or as needed) as you work to keep the paint from building up.
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Shhhhhh!, don't tell anyone(top secret stuff and all)..., but they are the same brush with GW's name on it.
And? Rembrandt brushes use also red sable hair? Still they are different
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