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Wet Pallette

Discussion in 'Just starting...' started by Szymon, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. Szymon New Member

    Hello. I think its good place to ask this question.. i tried to make a wet pallette, i bought paper, but there is problem with it- its greasy. I can't normally mix acrylics on it, i think you know how water acts on oily surface ;) Does anyone know what to do with it ? I bought two various papers, but with both i face the same problem..
  2. geaugan Member

    Not sure what kind of paper you bought but what works best is Parchment paper that is used for baking. I have also found that just plain wax paper worked fine. You will find both at your local grocery store.

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