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TwinbrotherStudio
Last Activity:
Sep 29, 2017
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Los Angeles
Occupation:
Fine Artist

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TwinbrotherStudio

Triple Actioner, Male, from Los Angeles

TwinbrotherStudio was last seen:
Sep 29, 2017
    1. ayr-worx
      ayr-worx
      Thanks for the advice, much appreciated. I used the foam roller as well and then wet sanded the Gesso. The wet sand seemed to be much faster and got the canvas extremely smooth. I also have a can of the Krylon Crystal Clear lying around.
      1. TwinbrotherStudio
        TwinbrotherStudio
        Some wet sand, but I don't. This is canvas and I don't like it too smooth. I like a texture on my canvas. It's fine art, not illustration. That's just personal taste though.
        Nov 28, 2014
    2. ayr-worx
      ayr-worx
      Excellent Work! I am just wondering how you prepare your canvas. I have recently decided to work on canvas and have applied several layers of Gesso and sanded between layers. Started painting on it already. Do you do anything different and do you seal your final artwork after completion?

      Many Thanks,

      Michael
      1. TwinbrotherStudio
        TwinbrotherStudio
        I use a foam roller to apply my gesso onto the canvas. I apply three coats, letting it dry between each coat and rolling perpendicular each coat. After last coat dries, I sand with a soft sanding block 220 grit sand paper. Hard foam makes for a good sanding block. After painting, I use Krylon Crystal Clear to seal painting. Good luck on your paintings.
        Nov 26, 2014
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    Gender:
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    Home page:
    http://www.leungfineart.com
    Location:
    Los Angeles
    Occupation:
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