Big plastic bin to float the paint in small containers to mix paint colors and.
Marbling with oil paint on canvas.
Tubes of oil paint in a basic palette.
Almost any object that you can lightly dip into your container can be marbled with acrylic paint.
A very nice video with a technique where no result can be duplicated.
You can also use canvas paper or canvas that comes in pads as long as they say they re suited for oil painting and are gessoed.
Fill the pie dish with an inch of water.
Pour oil into little bowls it does not take much.
Use a dropper or spoon to transfer the oil color mixture to the dish of water.
But otherwise canvas marbling would be a great creative idea.
The main issue with marbling on canvas would be find a canvas that will fit into your disposable container.
The result is an explosion of reds and greens in a formation of various sizes of circles.
Get your canvas and have fun.
Add oil color mixture to water pour an inch of water give or take into a shallow pie pan or baking dish.
Turpentine easily found at a hardware store.
Allow the paint to move fluidly on the canvas to look like marble with creative advice from a professional artist in this free video on painting with acrylics.
Graham paints we had on hand.
Once she is happy with the way her oil paints have formed as a marbling she then works into it direct with a paint brush to gain extra detailing.
Try to choose a small board with the exact proportions of the stretched canvas but if it s not get one larger so that you can mark up that shape on it.
Paper has not typically been used by traditional oil painters because oil and solvents from oil paint can cause the paper to degrade and because it is thought that oil paintings on paper can be prone to cracking when subjected to changes in humidity.
Classical oil painters have painted primarily on wood board and canvas for hundreds of years.
Stir vigorously to be sure oil and color are mixed well as they can be.
Itir orcun demonstrating marbling and oil colour on canvas.
Use one color or many.
A marbling effect can be created on canvas using acrylic paint by diluting the paint with water letting the paint gather and drip and adding various colors into the mix.
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Put a few drops of either watercolor or food coloring in each bowl.