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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

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Comment by Rene PleinAir on October 15, 2020 at 16:02

Don't really know but I'll reckon liquin is more waterproof, ...

I hate that stuff btw. cause it eats brushess

Comment by Brendan Lalor on October 15, 2020 at 15:32

Thanks Rene.  Was just wondering if linseed is more waterproof as a medium than say liquin 

Comment by Rene PleinAir on October 15, 2020 at 6:48
It depends on how long the rain will last, ...

If it's for a short time you better off turning your pochade or painting down and wait it out.

If longer I use a transparrant umbrella for the pochade only, ... it doesn't reduce the light and it keeps everything more ore less dry.

Got the Idea from Micheal Richardson btw.

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