Just saw a Youtube about this new paint type, looks interesting.....the product blurb says:
'AQYLA ENOGU paint combines the look of oils, the fast drying durability of acrylics and the reworking capabilities of Gouache in one paint. It can be used on many surfaces and is very durable after it is cured about 6 weeks after painting.' Has anyone tried this yet?
Thinking to order as alternative to water thinned underpainting layers for Water Mixable Oils in plein air, which I have very mixed results with....or to acrylics which I find give too slick a surface under WMOs.
Do love the look and feel of gouache as underlayers and in it's own right but haven't got the knack of not lifting it when applying next layers.
Seems very new so am a bit reluctant to just jump in. Any experiences?
Link to the Youtube video .... listen past the very chirpy presentation!