The Different Types of Paint

There are three main types of paints: Watercolor, Acrylics, and Oils. These paints all have different methods and have different techniques for you to master. Back to Article

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poopydu wrote:
2011-06-23 23:44:41 -0700


selenagomez6123 wrote:
2011-06-17 20:49:07 -0700

luv it! painting is so fun!

jonnyc wrote:
2011-06-08 13:13:22 -0700


jonnyc wrote:
2011-06-08 13:13:03 -0700

theyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrroooooooooooccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkk

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Hello Kitty Rules wrote:
2011-05-09 04:52:16 -0700

i luv art this is good for beginners to smile plus it helps for new ideas

percyjackson512 wrote:
2011-05-02 06:37:03 -0700

I love to draw! I'm trying to become better at painting so this helps! Thanks! smile

rorocks wrote:
2011-05-01 01:05:40 -0700

all of these r so cool

random ninja xD
random ninja xD wrote:
2011-04-23 09:05:20 -0700

I Liked The Acrylic Painting, It Looked Like It Was A Real Dog!

thenobodies_1662895 wrote:
2011-03-26 13:54:56 -0700

those pianting r really awesome i respect the people who can do dat but i cant im a sketch artist myself Wink

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-Damaged wrote:
2011-03-26 13:19:48 -0700

I have a HUGE suitcase with acrylics and watercolors. I use the acrylics when I make plushies.

Gobbles100 wrote:
2011-03-26 13:19:33 -0700

I tried to paint but I can only do Acrylic Abstract painting. DRAWING IS EASIER FOR ME!!!

Comicbook Girl
Comicbook Girl wrote:
2011-03-26 13:17:28 -0700

I only draw. I think it would be cool if I leraned how to ink and use water colors too. :3

swidishfish2233 wrote:
2010-12-06 07:23:01 -0800

Hi I love art to!

Jgirl wrote:
2010-11-06 01:45:53 -0700

I think this is definatly a cool article but is probbably because i love painting so i enjoyed the article.

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