How to keep paintings wet for quite a long period of time so for example days

by Matt Armstrong

I do paintings that are quite involved and take quite a long time

But have a problem keeping the paint surface looking blended and unified as if it was completed while the painting was wet .

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by: Delmus

Check out this site:

Mark Carter has some really nice demos and I think he uses Oil of Clove to extend the time it takes to allow the oil paint to dry.

Here's the link to his supply list page:

Hope this helps

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