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Re: Oil Marbling paints
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- Subject: Re: Oil Marbling paints
- From: Callibeth <Callibeth@AOL.COM>
- Date: Fri, 31 Oct 1997 16:27:20 EST
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[Michael Babock] mjb@PAMET.COM writes:
<< You may want to try P.H.Martins Concentrated Water Colours.
Oil paints are not the thing to use. Even though the film thickness
and therefore the amount of medium (linseed oil) is minimal, you could
run into an archivability problem. <snip> Water colors are your best choice.
Your explanation of the oil-to-paper problem matches my understanding of it.
But P.H. Martin's Concentrated Water Colours are not lightfast -- they're
downright fugitive, even with the books closed.
Dr. Martin's Hydrus Fine Art Watercolor is billed as being lightfast, however.