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PostSubject: Did You Know? (W.S.O. And Acrylic)   Fri Dec 23, 2011 4:45 pm

Did you know that you can mix W Oil (from the Martin/ F. Weber Company) with acrylic paint?
Check out more info about this at their website.
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PostSubject: Re: Did You Know? (W.S.O. And Acrylic)   Fri Dec 23, 2011 9:29 pm

Thanks for the info. Here is the link to the Weber site.

http://www.weberart.com/woil/index.html

They provide a pdf brochure of the product. The only thing I saw was that they put a big headline on the top of the brochure about mixing with acrylics, but then they only devote one minimally informative sentence about it. I also notices that most of their orange, red, yellow and blue colors are "hues."

It might be worth contacting the company directly to get more information about it so people that would want to mix the colors would have a better understanding of the rational and mechanics of mixing.

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