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Acrylic Painting Supply Tips

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    1. How to Save Money on Art Supplies
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    In this lesson, you'll learn where to splurge and where to save when it comes to acrylic paints, brushes, palette knives, and paint palettes.

    In this lesson, you'll learn where to splurge and where to save when it comes to acrylic paints, brushes, palette knives, and paint palettes.

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    2. Student Grade vs. Artist Grade Acrylics
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    In this lesson with Little Art Talks' Karin Yuen, you'll learn why you should buy student grade paints or artist grade paints and the pros and cons of each.

    In this lesson with Little Art Talks' Karin Yuen, you'll learn why you should buy student grade paints or artist grade paints and the pros and cons of each.

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    3. Comparing Acrylic Paint Brands & Grades
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    Learn the differences between acrylics and oils, and experiment with the consistency, opacity, pigment load, and application of four types of acrylic paints.

    Learn the differences between acrylics and oils, and experiment with the consistency, opacity, pigment load, and application of four types of acrylic paints.

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    4. How to Store & Care for Paints & Brushes
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    In this lesson, Karin Yuen shares how she organizes acrylics and oils in her studio, how to save leftover paint, and how to store and clean brushes.

    In this lesson, Karin Yuen shares how she organizes acrylics and oils in her studio, how to save leftover paint, and how to store and clean brushes.

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Michele B
I have already been using a glass jar, cheap brushes and plastic butter lids for my palettes. I even re paint random things to save money from buying canvases
Little Art Talks
That's great! :)
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