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airbrush paper,canvas and boards and how they act with erasers blades ect.

Discussion in 'Forum Ideas!' started by basepaint, Sep 26, 2015.


  1. basepaint

    basepaint Air-Valve Autobot!

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    Just a thought about adding a forum that helps people find whats the best thing to paint on for diff. projects
    Paper,yupo, canvas,mdf,ampersand,metals ect. ? and how they work with erasers (all types) blades for scraping,
    and other things? anyone else think this might be a good Idea? If nothing else to help out the newbies!
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  2. markjthomson

    markjthomson Very happy! Staff Member Mod

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    Good idea, I'll add some comments tomorrow... :)
  3. Nada

    Nada Air-Valve Autobot!

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    Or at least a good stickied thread.
  4. Ernie Hatt

    Ernie Hatt Young Tutorling

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    As a newbie, I deffinately agree, in fact I came here looking for such an answer, in my first attempts I am unable to erase or scratch the paper I am using.
  5. JackEb

    JackEb Dragon Hunter Staff Member Mod Elite Member!

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    Note to all newbies:
    Normal paper /printer paper / art diary paper , doesn't scratch or erase well at all. The paper is to absorbent. Great for practise not much else. The paint needs to sit on top of the surface to be able to work with it.
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    Ernie Hatt Young Tutorling

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    I thank you very much, for those answers, very helpful indeed.
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    JackEb Dragon Hunter Staff Member Mod Elite Member!

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    Just remember Ernie, if you can't find an answer to a question then just start a new thread in the appropriate section and ask away. You won't be the first or last person with questions, and we're always happy to help :)
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