Thanks for stopping by.
It’s YouTube Tuesday here at Clarity,
and this week we are celebrating the Gelli Plate.
In fact, every day here, on this little ol’ blog,
I am serving you a little ol’ treat on a Gelli Plate.
I want to show you how different paints and inks work.
So yesterday, we dished up Golden Open Acrylics, a rare and rather special kind of slow-drying acrylic paint.
Absolutely fantastic, if you ask me.
The finished work is as smooth as silk.
Now the Daler Rowney System 3 Acrylic Paint I am using in the video is a completely different animal. It’s a fast-drying paint, and although you may think to yourself, “well, the slow-drying Golden paint has got to be better; surely it gives you more time,”
I just want to show you here how this fast-drying, less expensive paint is brilliant, too.
Watch the trick here.
The slow-drying open Acrylics would work for this!
Never mind the magpies!
You could wait until the cows came home before the paint dried!
So let’s take a look. If you buy Magpies 1 and 2,
we will send you No. 3 as a gift.
Since it’s Gelli Plate week here at Clarity,
there’s a special offer on this size plate too!
Strips of Punchinella or equivalent