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Oil paint consists of pigment and drying oil which can be altered with turpentine or spirit to create thin washes and underpaintings. It tends to dry slower when applied thickly. Varnish can be applied into the mixture to make the paint more glossy. Oil paint can be used on various painting surfaces such as canvases, masonite, and wood. It is not recommended to use oil paint on illustration board, ceramic surfaces, and paper due to the its oil properties. Remember to use gesso on the painting surface before using oil paint.
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