Thursday, 19 January 2012

Making and Using a wet Palette

This post has now been moved to the "How To" tab above.


5 comments:

DeanM said...

Thanks for the detailed explanation and photos. I've read a little bit about it on TMP, but wasn't exactly sure what it was. Now I believe I understand it thanks to your post. Best, Dean

jmilesr said...

I've used a wet palette for the past year or so and really like it. My is made of a glad plastic container, some wet paper towel covered by parchment paper. It really extends the life of paint and makes blending much easier.

Tony said...

Interesting. I used a wet palette some time ago - when I was first getting in to acrylics but found it too messy and fiddly. I have read your article and decided that I might try it again.

Also loved the short article about you and Mrs Paint Pig and how she scratches your belly!

Tony
http://dampfpanzerwagon.blogspot.com/

Rodger said...

Excellent post. I also tried this many years ago but gave up on it. Might give it another go now. Thanks for this.

Ray Rousell said...

Interesting, I always wondered what a wet palette was, thanks for the info!!!