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Old 06-17-2001, 03:19 AM
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Post "untraditional" additives to arcylic paint


i have only tried one small acrylic painting.
i have started oils. (i'm not a snob...i think though that relating past "masters" and the time-honoured history of them though pulled me towards them)

Anyways, since acrylics are "plastic"
per se, right?, could one add any powder etc. to them for effects, such as sand or whatever and not worry about a bad something happening?

just curious....

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