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Can you retire to Hawaii and paint in paradise,...
First, what a fantastic composition: color, shapes, textures, there's even a dog :-)Second, OMG, are you afraid of nothing, man!? she exclaims, wide-eyed, and ends with a loud guffaw.
I don't like liquin and avoid it as much as possible, as I do all alkyds. I just don't trust the archival quality of them. I don't even use the alkyd paint to stain canvas any longer since Mark now has a good oil stain. I am even replacing my palettes with new ones backed with the new stain. No smell, no lung damage, no damaged brushes.We spend a lot of time talking about alternatives to the DMP method, and as an inveterate tinkerer I appreciate it. But in practice, I follow the workflow, and am happiest with the results when I do.
MikeDerby said:@paulb, this is a great subject. I really look forward to seeing it develop.
So many beautiful painting you have Done! May I ask How did you paint the Wall?(the scratched part on right side)
Bad news Paul, Mark's not gonna have much time to work with you in Austin. He has a new project: