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I have a large panel that i used Gamblin cold wax and oil paint, in a 50/50 ratio......let everything dry and painted on a coat of Gamvar satin, and I could see lines from the brush, so I let that dry a few days and did another coat with a foam roller, which made it more even but still see some uneven areas. There are areas which have thicker paint than others, so my question is, should I put on another coat ?
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Hi - I wanted to let everyone know that there is a new CWM available. I've spent a year creating and developing my cold wax medium called Daneridge Wax. It is buttery in consistency and smooth in application. It's made with 100% natural beeswax,…Continue
Hello,I understand that generally when using oil paint and cold wax you're supposed to mix wax to paint in a 30-70 to 50-50 ratio. If you are using home made paint made with walnut oil and pigment, do you need to change the proportions (as in, more…Continue
Hi everyone, I am new to the forum. I am so looking forward to learning. I have a question. I did a layer of cold wax over an old oil toned board. Then on top of the cold wax layer I painted oil paint with Liquin. Is it ok to use a medium like…Continue
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