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Acrylic Art is Red Hot

Updated on August 22, 2012

Why paint with acrylic?

The modern acrylic paint is relatively inexpensive, water soluble, light fast (will not fade over time) and can be diluted with water and other diluents. When diluted with enough water the end result is a water color application.The paint does not smell, is not oily, dries quickly and dries even faster with a hair drier. Oil paint can be applied on top of acrylic. Acrylic can be applied to many surfaces including paper, canvas, wood, particle board, ceramic, plastic and others. Click here if you want to read a more technical explanation of acrylic paint.

typical example of acrylic painting on paper.
typical example of acrylic painting on paper. | Source

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      whonunuwho 4 years ago from United States

      Looks good and I can see that you are quite the artist. I enjoy painting in acrylics, also.

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      Amelia Griggs 4 years ago

      You're off to a great...good luck with your new profession as an artist and welcome to hubpages. :-)

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