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I've seen in Mark Carder's videos that the 2 palettes he has are sometimes both flat or one is at an angle. Does anyone know how this should work?
Thanks in advance


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    I imagine the angle is for ease of access or to control light glare/reflection.
    Essentially, the flat glass holds the stock colour and space for mixing and comparison swatches.
    As each step in the colour group is prepared it is transferred to the angled palette.
    When mixing is finished the angled palette is used for the painting work and the mixing palette is cleaned up.

  • Thank you, that makes sense
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