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Re: [Marbling] Re: Liquitex acrylic (was alum)

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  • J Dolphin
    If memory serves me correct, one of the first conversations I had with John--was asking about watercolours, as I use acrylic. To extend that conversation now,
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      If memory serves me correct, one of the first conversations I had with
      John--was asking about watercolours, as I use acrylic.
      To extend that conversation now, I know I can't get Rembrandt paints
      here. What would be recommended to use here in Canada?
      Jill


      >Dear Iris,
      >I actually do watercolour marbling. I thought I also like to
      >experiment with arcylic.>
      >I find working with watercolour less of a hassle as arcylic.>
      >For those people doing watercolour and arcylic marbling, be sure to
      >use different set of tools (such as whisk, bottles, eyedropper) for
      >watercolour and arylic to prevent contamination.

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      >> Personally, I find waterbased marbling paints to be more
      >predictable
      >and
      >> easier to control than acrylics, but that's just personal
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