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Know Your Acrylic Paints: Expand Your Palette
Know Your Acrylic Paints: Expand Your Palette
Mary Morrison
Learn to select and mix the perfect acrylic pigments for results you love.
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Explore more than 20 essential acrylic techniques! Add inspiring richness and professional quality to your paintings as you plumb the depths of modern acrylic mediums.
Rheni Tauchid
Rheni Tauchid
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Go beyond the paint to breathe new life into your acrylics!
Rheni Tauchid
Rheni Tauchid
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Mix the colors you're dreaming of using just a handful of paints. Plus, learn what causes muddy colors so you only create them on purpose.
Carol  Mclntyre
Carol Mclntyre

Join the discussion! While your instructor may choose to chime in, this space is intended as a maker-to-maker forum.

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