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  1. Oil paint is not recommended. Never mix oil paint with clay, the paint... great. It's water based, and it is possible to paint it prior to baking. Just finish your project off, after ...

    3 Answers · Games & Recreation · 19/05/2009

  2. ...speed it is supposed to. Also-fingers do not allow paint to set either-so do not keep touching in different places to see if it...

    2 Answers · Games & Recreation · 02/06/2009

  3. If it was a small area and a thin coat I would say two days at most, usually a canvas can take 2 weeks or so, so I'm assuming it's much less than that amount of paint.

    2 Answers · Games & Recreation · 14/08/2010

  4. Yes, the thicker the paint, the longer it takes for it to dry via evaporation.

    1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 05/10/2013

  5. Since oil cloth is slick, that is going to be very difficult...might have better luck with that. Some of the thick fabric paints might also work. You're going to need to experiment...

    1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 30/06/2013

  6. A good, easy way to clean the oil off the blade is to use dish soap and a wash cloth to clean it, and rinse it off.

    1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 19/11/2011

  7. Anything, you just need to undercoat it first.

    2 Answers · Games & Recreation · 17/09/2008

  8. they are, but only if ingested.

    1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 31/03/2013

  9. ...own a ceramic business and we call it antiquing. We paint in acrylic paint and then use oil based transucent over it wipe off extra and then seal with a spray enamel ...

    2 Answers · Games & Recreation · 08/02/2010

  10. you can create wonderful portraits in both. the thing you have to remember with oil is that it does not dry as fast as other paints. it allows for greater mixing of paints to get the...

    10 Answers · Games & Recreation · 29/06/2007

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