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ftariqtx
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PostSubject: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptyThu Dec 04, 2014 3:19 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptyThu Dec 04, 2014 3:23 pm

These days I am using Meglip and Liquin gel quite a bit as they don't make my oil colors "soupy" and uncontrollable, like Linseed oil or walnut oil. Between the two I prefer Meglip as it dries much slower. However, here is a bottle of Liquin for your critique.

All feedback are welcome…


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PostSubject: Re: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptySat Dec 06, 2014 10:40 am

Wow, you're really churning out the paintings - pretty soon you'll have the second hundred under your belt!

I bought some M. Graham Liquin type medium right before we left but haven't had time to use it. Of course I didn't bring any art supplies with me this trip but can't wait to try it out when we get home. I have a friend who paints with me on Mondays and Thursdays and it will be fun trying out new products (to me) and new techniques.

WSO's are new to Rosie but she's having a ball with them so far and that encourages me too.
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PostSubject: Re: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptySat Dec 06, 2014 12:12 pm

Actually, I have quite a few tiny studies, that I have not posted, but they are very very experimental, so I did not post them. Yes!… I can definitely feel that the more I am painting, the more I am developing an intuitive sense for colors… feels good to be in automatic mode… but still a long way to go…

i like Liquin and Meglip they don't make my patin soupy. I think you will like them. I wanna try Maroger, soon.

Glad to hear your friend is enjoying WSO.

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PostSubject: Re: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptySun Dec 07, 2014 7:46 pm

I hope I'll like them and that they work well well with wso. I think it's supposed to. I'm also looking forward to your temperature and value studies and hope you post them. I pretty much had a set of warm and cool primaries except for yellow but bought a couple of tubes of it. We could use your guidance on when to use what.

My MIL passed yesterday and the funeral is tomorrow. It's been so stressful here that I'm looking forward to painting with Rosie again. I think we have a new wso convert.
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PostSubject: Re: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptySun Dec 07, 2014 11:08 pm

May your MIL rest in peace. My prayers are with your family.

I surely will post a painting soon where I have done something of significance that shows temperature changes in place of value changes. What I have done so far is nothing worth sharing.

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PostSubject: Re: Painting #103: Liquin medium   Painting #103:  Liquin medium EmptyThu Dec 11, 2014 4:42 pm

I'm praying for your MIL and your family. May God bless all of you.
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