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 Post subject: Re: New Painters and Beginners: What do you want to see at D
PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 3:51 pm 
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ImageI do like to explain about reds, and getting RED without having to use Cad reds. Many good reds out there now

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 Post subject: Re: New Painters and Beginners: What do you want to see at D
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Cookie, I just found the wonderful information you have here about lusters, reds, marbleizing, and so much more. It was very helpful to me. I love the look of lusters, but have been nervous about trying to work with them until recently. I have not heard of black resist. Would you mind going into more detail? It sounds as though it is fired where red resist has to be removed before firing.
Many thanks for all your pictures and instructions. Again, very helpful.


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 Post subject: Re: New Painters and Beginners: What do you want to see at D
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Ye Frances . that is exactly what black resist does. also some people do the same with a latex type acrylic paint. you fire it on and it burns off leaving white area where applied. I am very pleased you find the information useful. so many have helped me over the years it is nice to give back to the community here.

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