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Old 07-05-2018, 11:28 AM
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Re: First WSO experience using Weber w-oils..I have questions

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Re: First WSO experience using Weber w-oils..I have questions

Here's my 3rd oil painting of a vinyard. Size is 8x10. I tried to get away from realistic and make it more impressionistic. Let me know what you think.

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Old 07-11-2018, 11:21 AM
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Steve, You should put this in the landscapes forum and also down below in the regular oils portion on this page:
I really like this. Yes, very impressionistic and wonderful values. Nice job.
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Re: First WSO experience using Weber w-oils..I have questions

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Holbein Duo Aqua Oils can be mixed with acrylics
As I found, traditional oil paint also can be mixed with Acrylics at reasonable amount of 20%-30% acrylic paint into 70%-80% oil paint. It improves drying and flexibility of traditional oil paint layers.

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Re: First WSO experience using Weber w-oils..I have questions

Alex......you mean like Golden or Liquitex heavy body?? Then I imagine you could add 20 to 30% acrylic medium to oils also?
That is a new one for me.
Will it last 500 years??????
you are going to make me try it aren't you.....?

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