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water mixable oils

I painted my baby with those water mixable oils. The paint dryes so fast it leaves marks and is very unenen.
I tryed using sculpey diluent or water but it is not better. Can anyone help me?
Thank you.( The doll is made of super sculpey )

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Re: water mixable oils

Uneven coats of paint are most often the result of a poor quality brush coupled with paint that is unevenly mixed with thinner. A good sable brush or an air brush and paint that is the consistency of milk will yield the best results. This means applying multiple coats only after each is dry.
Hope this helps,
Katherine

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