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Artist Holly Jackson offers up another delightful acrylics on vinyl painting of a musical instrument - this time a tuba, possibly taking a bubble bath! Holly shared a bit about her...
Artist Holly Jackson offers up another delightful acrylics on vinyl painting of a musical instrument - this time a tuba, possibly taking a bubble bath! Holly shared a bit about her process. "I triple prime the records with gesso first. Then I paint on them with soft body acrylics." For those of us who are just learning about these trade secrets, the gesso product is very similar to white acrylic paint, only thinner. It dries hard, making the surface more stiff, slightly textu...