Robert Brindley

Sunday, March 06, 2005

Oil Painting Tip Of The Week (6th March 2005)

We all know how frustrating it can be when an oil painting doesn't dry fast enough.
Sometimes, in the damp winter months, it can take weeks for a painting to dry! Now, however, I use Titanium White Griffin Alkyd by Winsor & Newton to assist the drying process.
Alkyd can be fully intermixed with traditional oil paints even in very small amounts, to achieve a fully dry painting, in one to two days, in any conditions.

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