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1  MORE ART, LESS CRAFT / More Art, Less Craft: Discussion and Questions / Re: Using acrylic modling paste without colors becomming muddy? on: October 01, 2013 12:47:41 AM
Are you using highly pigmented acrylics?
Or some sort of craft paint kind?


The only modeling paste i have dont behave like that, its winsor and newtons mineral texture gel. A transculent-grey gel with sand in it. I use winsor and newtons galeria acrylics.
Maybe try a less opaque one?
And if you dont want tp paint over it maybe a sheer watered down layer of paint will make it less muddy?
Or if you have glazing medium use that instead of water.


I once had a horrid white texture paste that did make my colours look muddy. Its was a cheap kind i found on supersale in a non art related store.
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