Many years ago I made a palette to go with my french easel (the one that came with it was hopeless) out of Masonite impregnated with stand oil. It was OK but I never really liked how it took the paint and in recent years I've come to prefer a glass or plexiglass surface with a neutral gray background to brown wood. So I made a sandwich with thin acrylic sheeting and gray paper on the original palette. It takes the paint and cleans up nicely; back in the box and ready for use.
Thursday, February 24, 2022
French Easel Palette
Posted by mdmattin at 2/24/2022 11:08:00 PM No comments:
Labels: All Contraptions, Contraptions, Oil
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
The Van Horn Park peninsula
The Van Horn Park peninsula seen from the far side of the pond. It was a gray day, but the colors still had a nice glow.
Watercolor in MontanaPolitanCroptic sketchbook, 4" x 6"
Posted by mdmattin at 2/22/2022 08:15:00 PM No comments:
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