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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Paul129, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. khollar Active Member

  2. Paul129 Member

    Thanks for the comments guys. Malc what wash should I use on white as I haven't used a wash before.
  3. malc PlanetFigure Supporter

    I'd be inclined to use paynes grey, well thinned.. but not too much .
    Bit by bit till it looks wright to you.

    You don't want to flood it.
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  5. malc PlanetFigure Supporter

    How did you get on Paul
  6. Paul129 Member

    Hi malc. Sorry for not replying but had the grandkids alot. Is the Payne's grey only
    In oils paints if so what is the best way to thin it?
  7. malc PlanetFigure Supporter

    If you use oils as I do, WN low odour sansodor solvent.

    This is what I use but there are others.
  8. Paul129 Member

    I will get some and try it.
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  9. Nap Forum Moderator

    Hi Paul

    Good to see your having fun with the grandkids

    Catching up with this ..ref banner ...rather than have it hanging can you not lay it over the wall ?

    Malc has a good point ...I use acrylics and a mix of black and burnt umber ...but again very thin washes with a tiny bit of white only for the highs , drybrushing is a good way

    That book is great

    Look forward to more

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