Also consistent to me means more that you get the colors again and they are of a different lot number, and they act the same. My Windsor Newton gouaches had aMessage 1 of 4 , Aug 24, 2007View SourceAlso consistent to me means more that you get the colors again and they are of a different lot number, and they act the same. My Windsor Newton gouaches had a habit of changing each time I bought them. it was all in the amount of dispersant they put in. It made it nearly impossible to reproduce one's own work.
----- Original Message -----
From: Laura Sims<mailto:indigostone2@...>
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2007 8:42 AM
Subject: Re: [Marbling] Golden Acrylics
If consistent means each paint responds the same to
the bath they will not. As you get better acquainted
with the paints you'll learn how to adjust them and in
which order to use some of them. As a base line for
fabric try 1:1:1, paint GAC 900 and water. Flow
Release is Golden's surfactant which will help some
paints spread more.
--- pauliquann <pauliquann@...<mailto:pauliquann@...>> wrote:
> I'm just beginning to use Golden Fluid Acrylic and
> like the results
> alot ...IF...they were consistent. Does anyone use
> them and know if you
> mix both water and Gac 900 in a 1:1 ratio with the
> paint or just the
> GAC 900 in a 1:1 ratio with the paint (which seems
> very liquid)?
> Thanks for your input.
> Paulette Quann
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You have gotten me curious about the Golden Acrylics and I m totally new to marbling. If you don t already know about it, here are some instructions fromMessage 1 of 4 , Aug 24, 2007View SourceYou have gotten me curious about the Golden Acrylics
and I'm totally new to marbling.
If you don't already know about it, here are some
instructions from earthguild.com for using them in
marbling which I found doing a search on "marbling
with Golden Acrylics":
and another site, dickblick.com that mentions about
using Golden Glazes for marbling, that they say can be
mixed with all Golden water-based paints:
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