hello, I have read many posts online here and have found a few questions that are relatively similar but didn’t quite answer what I was looking for. This is my first post, as I found all the answers to my questions in other threads until now. I am almost certainly still going to be buying the essential pallet of Geneva oil colors, but as an acrylic painter who uses golden heavy body, I am wondering if it is possible to use a heavy bodied paint thinned down with pure linseed oil as a medium? I just think it might be nice to have full control over the body of my paint in the future, but honestly want to paint in a similar manner as mark carder and John singer Sargent and dedicate myself entirely to the draw mix paint method of learning and therefore will likely not need the heavy body quality anyways. Still, I am wondering if it possible to thicken the Geneva line without losing its slow drying properties and uniform drying rate among the 5 colors, or if I should use Geneva to study and paint marks technique and just purchase thicker paint if I want to paint Impressionism or just desire thicker paint in the future? I have to have a solvent free workspace, and was curious if anyone uses pure linseed oil and a touch of love with heavy body (specifically gamblins)?