Originally Posted by Linogryzka
What was their consistency. I like having visible unblended brushstrokes and sometimes paint in impasto manner. Will they be also suitable for such applications?
I recollect a very smooth buttery consistency, that was quite uniform across the range.
Some brands, thinking of Langridge, vary quite a bit from tube to tube.
That's not a criticism, it is what it is.
Visible unblended brushstrokes are no problem, in fact they are a pleasure as the paint glides off the brush so smoothly.
Here is a detail of a study I did with the Graham paints, showing brushstrokes:
Regarding impasto: I would think the paint is not stiff enough, out of the tube, but I always use a little impasto medium,
no matter what brand I am using, to bulk up the paint for impasto or painting-knife effects.
Hope this helps