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Old 07-16-2012, 02:04 PM   #1
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Job I did last week. Proceed glaze and slow drying acrylics.
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That looks great. I'd have that in my house.
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Very nice!!!!!
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Demonstration please.
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Thats a nice bit of graining!!
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Sweet. Looks great.
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Good Job,

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It looks terrific! Great job. Graining and marbling are definitely your thing. This looks great.
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Great work. What were the products?

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Golden's Proceed. I do a 50/50 mix of there full bodied glaze and the low vis. glaze. Has a nice slip and acts like oil. Also use the Proceed slow drying acrylics from golden for my colors......sometimes tweeked with UTCs. This mix usually has more open time than oil so in say about a gal and a half of glaze I pour in about a cup of clear acrylic polycrylic or other acrylic varnish to act as a dryer. On this job I also over glazed it for color depth but instead of glaze I tinted an acrylic poly.
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