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That's good news. Unfortunately I spent a bunch of money on the ingredients to mix the recipes Mark advises. For now I'm going to thin with walnut oil and stick with the Windsor Newton paints, will keep the other for later I guess. 

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  • christinez
    That's good news. Unfortunately I spent a bunch of money on the ingredients to mix the recipes Mark advises. For now I'm going to thin with walnut oil and stick with the Windsor Newton paints, will keep the other for later I guess. 
    February 16
  • GTO
    Tassieguy (Rob) and I (and others as well) use straight walnut oil.  I add some clove oil to it which helps keep burnt umber from drying too fast. I use M. Graham’s oil paint but you can use walnut oil fir a medium with Windsor Newton or any linseed oil basis paint.
    February 16
  • christinez
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    February 14