• Tutorial : Exploring ARTISAN water mixable oils

    Tutorial : Exploring ARTISAN water mixable oils

    hi there today we're going to talk about Windsor and Newton artisan water mixable paints they're designed to look and behave like traditional oil paint but have been chemically modified to be thinned and cleaned with water as opposed to solvents although they do contain linseed oil they accept water and are great for artists who share a workspace or who have a sensitivity to solvents you can use them in a variety of ways just as you would you can see the flow of the paint increasing with the addition of water as with mixing too much solvent into a classic oil paint don't add too much water that…

  • Winsor and Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oil Colour | Jackson's Art Supplies

    Winsor and Newton Artisan Water Mixable Oil Colour | Jackson's Art Supplies

    and I'll give you a brief into that two's an oil color artisan is a it's herbal oil color that is to say that it can be thinned with water and you can also wash all your brushes and equipment up with soap and water after you've finished using them a couple of things that I'd like to show you are that squeezing it from the tube you can see that the artisan is like any conventional oil color that you may have used just to show you this against our artists oil color which this is the fallow green blue shade in artists and this is how our wings…

  • Artisan Thinner vs Water

    Artisan Thinner vs Water

    I've explained to you in another video exactly what artists on the water mix boil calories and how the range works what I'd like to do now is to show you the benefits of using artisan thinner over water whilst you're painting using water during your painting process of artists and is perfectly fine that's one of the big bonuses of the paint however using the thinner you'll find that you'll get a much better performance out of color let me show you this in action on the paper here so what I'm going to do is squeeze out two blobs of the artisan permanent row side-by-side like so for…