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How to Mix Oil Paints With Any Medium.?

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1. Get out your palette, easel, paint, jars and paintbrushes. Read the directions on the back of the jar of medium. Open the jar of medium and pour a small amount of medium into an empty baby-food size jar. Pour enough medium into the jar to cover
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"Chemical formula" refers to the atoms and their ratios in a molecule, such as H2O for water. Since oil paints are a mixture of many ingredients, they do not have a chemical
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1 Take a large jar and combine stand oil and mineral spirits(or turpentine), 40% and 60%, respectively, by volume. (using a 1/4 cup measuring cup, measure 4 parts stand, 6 parts spirits
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