Oil paints and acrylics are equally effective paints for use on canvas. Both produce true, bright colors that can be applied in thick, textured strokes, or diluted, sheer washes. More »

Renaissance art is best characterized as a form focusing on Christian religious imagery using the classical influences of ancient Greek and Roman art and applying scientific and mathematic principles to create depth and ... More »

Both water-based and oil-based paints can be thinned for use in spray applicators, for ease of application, for artistic effect or for refreshing old paint. Different methods are used for different types of paint and dif... More »

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Oil-based paints can be thinned with a wide range of solvents and oils, including turpentine, mineral spirits, safflower oil and paint thinner that has been formulated for use with oil paints. The same methods can be use... More »

To make Bob Ross' liquid white, use liquid white to blend oil-based paints on a canvas, similar to the wet-on-wet method used by popular painter Bob Ross. The mixture combines oil, paint thinner and white pigment. More »

Good quality acrylic paints are ideal for painting murals. Also good to use are silicate paints. Regardless of your choice, the pigments should have high stability to light. This becomes extremely important if the mural ... More »

Delta Ceramcoat acrylic paint can be used on canvas, wood, terracotta and paper mache. It is also suitable for painting on plaster and poster board. It is considered an all-purpose paint in the craft world. More »

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