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Topic: Help! First time doing stuff on canvas!  (Read 436 times)
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« on: August 26, 2010 08:51:15 AM »

I was trying to put a rasterbation onto a canvas and was having trouble getting the paper to stick. I decided to use bit of Mod Podge and it seemed to help. I didn't want to cover the top with it since I haven't had much success with the stuff in the past. I coated the entire canvas with acrylic sealer and now I'm noticing that I can see where I dabbed the glue to make it stick! These parts look kinda cool now since it looks like it is part of the canvas. Is there a way to make the rest of the paper look this way to, eventhough I sprayed the sealer on it?
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