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Wet on dry . Mediums , winton paint
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Nearly always do oils in one go. But a touch up? how to get new paint to bond and blend into a picture done 3 weeks ago . Any ideas?interested in different mediums too.  Tend to like an oily look.…Read on...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Noel Hayes May 31.

 

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Rene PleinAir commented on Brendan Lalor's status
"Don't really know but I'll reckon liquin is more waterproof, ...I hate that stuff btw. cause it eats brushess"
Oct 15
Brendan Lalor commented on Brendan Lalor's status
"Thanks Rene.  Was just wondering if linseed is more waterproof as a medium than say liquin "
Oct 15
Brendan Lalor posted a status
"Hi , I was caught in a bit of rain while out painting ( I was using liquin) Has anyone found linseed has a better chance in wet"
Oct 12
Noel Hayes replied to Brendan Lalor's discussion Wet on dry . Mediums , winton paint
"Sample of variation of colour between student and artist (pro) grade paints"
May 31
Noel Hayes replied to Brendan Lalor's discussion Wet on dry . Mediums , winton paint
"The Winton or student quality paint has less pure colour that's why it's cheaper. One uses less paint when painting with the professional paints. It's much more vibrant. You could try and limit your range of colours and go for the pro…"
May 31
Brendan Lalor replied to Brendan Lalor's discussion Wet on dry . Mediums , winton paint
"Thanks Noel"
May 31
Noel Hayes replied to Brendan Lalor's discussion Wet on dry . Mediums , winton paint
"There are two main problems that oiling out will help you solve: Blending wet paint into previous, dry layers of paint Restoring luster to dull, sunken-in paint after it dries How to oil out your painting Before you plan on oiling out, make sure…"
May 30
Brendan Lalor posted a discussion

Wet on dry . Mediums , winton paint

Nearly always do oils in one go. But a touch up? how to get new paint to bond and blend into a picture done 3 weeks ago . Any ideas?interested in different mediums too.  Tend to like an oily look. Some suggest no medium.  I found that too dry. I use the student quality paint. Its fine except lemon yellow , has thin covering power.  Student paint, winton is  cheap  and  I can put it on thick.  I’m not so amazed by the expensive stuff but maybe I just don’t know See More
May 30
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Brendan Lalor at Powerscourt waterfall, wicklow

November 3, 2019 from 11am to 3pm
Powerscourt waterfall , fairly near to Enniskerry.  You have to pay in , there is parking, a toilet , cafe (with outdoor seating ) the waterfall of course and nice stream  and autumn  colors.  The weather isn’t to be dry with some sun around lunch time. Sorry short notice. Been meaning to come back here with my paints. Hope others can join tomorrow See More
Nov 2, 2019
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Train tracks, innercity

"Love this Brendan, its got a powerful Urbex feel to it, and puts me in mind of early Lucian Freud from his window in the studio. Its very topical as Dublin is looking very upbeat here. Lovely freedom of painting and clean vibrant colours, well done…"
Nov 2, 2019
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At 23:46 on September 2, 2014, Plein Eire Administrator said…

Hi Brendan,

 Welcome to Plein Eire.

Check out Dublin Plein Eire as a group near you for paint-outs. Of course you will be equally welcome at any of the groups around the country.

 
 
 

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