Sooooo... The first one I did the other day ended up getting ruined, because it was tilted slightly and I didnt notice. So I redid it.
Boy am I glad I did. I also reused some of the paint from the other day. I mixed the rest of the blue and red I had to make a blueish purple. Then added gold to that(I love gold so much). The other colors I used were red, yellow, and white.
I am so head over heels in love with this pour.
Hoping for the best in the drying process 🌈
Here are a few pics of the Peavey T-40 bass neck I am building for my friend. I have got the finish sprayed and buffed. I shot an automotive clear coat (@tamcopaint HC-2104). I have some pictures of the original neck side-by-side with the neck I built. My friend wanted the headstock and Peavey decal as close to stock as possible. I am pleased with how it has turned out, thus far. I would love to have it completed by this Friday, but my time tables never seem to work out the way I plan!
At first glance, these two batches might look like the same premium chocolate, but look again (or try them) and you’ll find the differences in their flavor profiles .
...Burnt Umber (video1) is a single earth pigment that dries quickly, greys down in its tint, and rings in at $10.95 for a 37ml tube. Asphaltum (video2) is a transparent, brownish-black made with two pigments: Transparent Earth Red and Ivory Black. It has more “slip” under the palette knife and it stays warmer and more intense in tints. Sticker price: $18.45. .
One brown isn’t necessarily better than the other, it’s a matter of personal taste 🍫💩
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We make 9 Radiant Colors including 2 yellows and 2 pinks but no Radiant Orange. 🤷♀️ So if you ever find yourself painting a sunset, a peach, or a creamsicle, try mixing Radiant Yellow and Radiant Red. (You can also get there with Transparent Orange and Titanium White🧡.) What color(s) would you like Gamblin to introduce?
The best isn’t always the most expensive! Washi tape is my favourite masking material ✖️✖️ #paintporn#washitape#strathmore .
If you’re in the UK, visit the link in my bio for details on my upcoming London workshop!