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Jimmi's Guide to ... Wet Palettes


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Tygwyn

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I've only just cottoned on to this one, and am definitely going to give it a go; the tutorials I saw on YouTube showed people using one of those thin sponge cloths for the 'water reservoir'. Has anyone tried those?

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I finally got around to making my wet palette on Monday night and am thoroughly impressed!
I still need a lot of practice but with it I can blend colours far easier than without.

Thanks, Jimmi!

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I use standard kitchen towel in a tupperware container, I use cheap cup cake cases which are made from baking paper, very handy to keep several colours on the go at once and separate. Keep the container un the fridge when not in use and as long as it's got an air tight seal, then your paint will stay wet for weeks.

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I use a $1 travel snap top soap dish with sponge cut to fit. I put a long slice of baking paper around the whole sponge so that the baking paper doesn't curl up when wet.

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