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April 17, 2016 - by Ruth Collis
Turpenoid Uses in Thick Painting
Turpenoid is an odorless replacement for the bad fumes of Turpentine that is used in oil painting clean up.
Cleans oil painting brushes
Cleans water mixable oil paint off brushes better than water
Cleans tape gum off scissors that Goo-Gone doesn't remove
Cleans Sharpie marker ink off plastic paint bottles used as a label
Cleans spray paint off hands that is a nightmare to clean off with anything else
Technology has way improved for oil paints and this Turpenoid has other good uses as well as how to clean oil paint brushes without paint thinner, how to thin oil paint without turpentine that smells, and what to use to thin oil paint by itself.
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Oil painting can be a good alternative to go to when switching mediums for a short time, if you normally paint with acrylics. This is one way to prevent Artist's Block when you can keep fresh inspiration going all the time.
For the thick acrylic painter, see how you can use a thick acrylic base here in these photos, and after completely drying, have a wonderful 3-dimensional surface to paint on with oil paints. This makes thick painting incredibly fun.
These perfectly smooth shapes were made with a super heavy gel medium using cake decorating tips, dried thoroughly and adhered to a canvas, dried thoroughly again, then wonderful rich oil paint used on top of this wonderful dimensional surface like a plaster plaque.
This oil painting was made in 2012 and still looks great, just lacking a little shine. I should probably put a varnish on now since it's been awhile for the oils to dry (6 months to a year for oils to dry).
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