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Old 06-19-2001, 11:24 PM
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Sure, you can use acrylic on paper. However, as a waterborne medium, it will cause all the buckling and degradation that other water based paints cause, depending on the quality of the paper. Fortunately, once it's dry, acrylic will serve to bind and protect the fibers. No need to worry about rot like with oil on paper, eh?