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PostSubject: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Tue 20 Dec 2016 - 23:15

I am sure that everyone has their own methods, and for the really experienced you probably don't need it either, but I thought i would share it with everyone anyways as I never feel like I can contribute anything, but I just love using  this for mixing my paints in" my pallette"!!  It has 16 wells and I don't have to clean out my wells to make room for a new color,  for an on-line class, which sometimes may take up more wells than my regular palette can hold.  

Each "egg" well is the perfect size so you can mix without it spilling over the edges into the next color well and also my regular palette doesn't hold enough mix in a single well for a double mix for when you are going to do a wash that includes a belly plate. (I always seem to run out of the mix when I have to do a torso or full belly plate).



Its made out of dishwasher safe porcelain, I got mine at target:

http://www.target.com/p/threshold-ceramic-egg-platter-white/-/A-14172064

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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Wed 21 Dec 2016 - 4:51

My favorite palette is make by jack richeson it's porcelain and the wells are a very good size.
I purchased mine from amazon. They were under $20 each and have a cover.

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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Wed 21 Dec 2016 - 7:15

Tiffeny wrote:
My favorite palette is make by jack richeson it's porcelain and the wells are a very good size.
I purchased mine from amazon. They were under $20 each and have a cover.


O0o0o That's a nice one too, thanks for sharing Tiffeny!!!

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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Wed 21 Dec 2016 - 23:12

Clever!!!!

I have that same one, Tiffeny!!!


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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Thu 22 Dec 2016 - 2:13

I'm going to get one of those .I broke mine a while back and couldn't find anything like those. Thanks ladies!! bigsmile



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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Thu 22 Dec 2016 - 6:17

I mix mine up in little jam jars you pick up when out having teacakes and coffee, plus I have some
nice little dishes I also use. I broke my egg cup one and never bothered to replace it.
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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Thu 22 Dec 2016 - 23:14

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I mix mine up in little jam jars you pick up when out having teacakes and coffee, plus I have some
nice little dishes I also use.   I broke my egg cup one and never bothered to replace it.

Ohh that's a great idea too Maxina.. then you have covers which will help the washes to last!!

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PostSubject: Re: my favorite paint-holder pallette   Fri 23 Dec 2016 - 10:30

That is very smart! Would work great for Air dry, too, I bet!


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