It seems there is a medium for both oil and acrylic or some mixture, but an oil stick or charcoal possibly could work. There as also so many application tools to acheive certain looks. Check out Golden Paint's web site, they have a lot of info available.They even go into different substrates to achieve different effects.
by Mohan Kumar 7 years ago
What is your favourite painting material and why?Different media give different artistic freedom and expression- oil, water, pastel, acrylic, gouache - what do you prefer and why?
by franzformeloza 4 years ago
Should I have all kind of brushes and colors when I'm painting acrylic?
by Dreamer at heart 5 years ago
How can you extend the time on using acrylic paint ? It dries too quickly on the palette.
by Rock$tarant 12 years ago
by williamg 11 years ago
What kind of paper do you like to draw with
by tkwrtr 4 years ago
Type of paintingI have an piece of art by a listed artist, Felix Cogen. When I bought it at an estate sale in MA, around 1987, I thought it was a watercolor as it is under glass but not matted. When I looked through a torn place on the back it is painted on canvas. This was painted around 1900. Did...
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