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There is also acrylic based gouache available, which will not lift after it has dried. You can use the acrylic gouache as an underpainting that way without it lifting.


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Elastomeric paint And the asnwer you are looking for... Acrylic Paint Acrylic paint is indeed very elastic, as the comment section points out: It prevents cracking from occurring. Other Options There arent really 'other options that doesn't contain acrylic based paints... one of them is called: Urethane, this bad boy is basically modified acrylic paint. ...


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Let me get a little bit into the weeds of how color vision and color blindness work to provide a better understanding of how color blindness could affect art ability and success. "Color blindness" actually covers a lot of different conditions characterized by a reduced or altered perception of at least some colors, but I'll stick with the most ...


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You could make it work from a single vantage point, but not from numerous or continuously changing vantage points. Whatever shape sticks out from the wall (semicylinder or other), I'll call that the protrusion. Imagine that it was transparent so you could see through it to the features you need to reproduce, such as the line where the wall meets the floor, ...


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Use acrylic paint as an underpainting. It can be safely used in combination with gouache. To retain as much as possible of the character of a gouache painting (the matte look and texture), I suggest diluting it nevertheless, which, in addition, will help keep an eventual underdrawing visible and improves adhesion (based on the discussion here, it otherwise ...


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