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Flemish oil technique stage 2

Stage 2

It's time now with less turpentine in your medium to work contrast and light with red ochre. Your composition becomes like a watercolor. It's the good moment to see if your composition is OK and maybe, if you have something to change before to continue.

With less turpentine in your medium, oil linen becomes more important and the drying time too. So that's why with this method, it is normal to have 8-10 paintings in progress in the same time.



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