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Old 10-16-2013, 04:10 AM   #3284
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Originally Posted by dini View Post
What do they say for mixed media? fat over lean... but if you've already used a solvent then it's likely the wax won't resist the other mediums too much. Play around with it and let us know!
Huh???

I did a quick google search to get a grasp on what you were referring to with the fat over lean principle. I could only find material pertaining to oil painting but I understand what they were saying about layering paint with different ratios of oil to pigment. Sooooo........the solvent makes the wax 'lean'. (??)

So now I'm thinking out loud here - If pencil colour can be layered over an area that has been treated with OMS am I to assume that the new pencil layer can only work because there was some tooth already left on the surface OR does the OMS mysteriously create more tooth.

Pan Pastel is lean to Prismacolors fat? Yes??
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