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03-17-14 12:09 AM
Spankinginred I built a wet palette using a stainless steel food tray with lid. When I painted for a living I found that plastic commercial products weren't up to the task.
I should really work out how sort photos
03-02-14 02:02 AM
Iraqiel Testimonial:

I also use a wet pallette as well, albeit constructed with a plastic party plate, cheap sponge and baking paper. Since using that, I can paint for hours, mix and blend with impunity, run faster, lift boulders and shoot lightning from my hands! Wet Pallette: Try it today!
08-22-13 04:56 AM
KBelleau
Video: Wet Palette

$4.00 Wet Palette


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