Acrylic Materials list - LINK to specific paint type
There are no differences between traditional acrylics and newer acrylic paints, except that you won’t need to use any toxic retarders to slow drying time.
Advantages – New acrylic paints have extended drying times, so paint can be left on a sealed palette and remain workable for several days. Also, wet-in-wet techniques can be used, just like oil paints, without a retarder.
Disadvantages – If you like your acrylics to dry very quickly, these won’t.
Advantages: These paints do reactivate. When water is applied to paint that is dry to the touch, it can be reactivated, worked into and/or lifted off. Over time, this ability to reactivate is eventually lost.
Disadvantages – Painting wet over dry acrylics may cause some color bleed.
Advantages – Same as traditional oil paints.
Disadvantages – These paints are even “younger” than traditional acrylic paints. Efforts are being made to prove their longevity, but nothing can be irrefutably proven until sufficient time passes.
Grey Matters Paper Palette 12" x 16" OR - Stay wet Plastic Palette with Paper film
Polymer Medium (Gloss) 8 oz
GOLDEN White Gesso 16 oz or larger
RGM palette knife # 6
rags and water containers
Staedtler Pencil: 4B
Blue painters tape
Titanium white -5 oz
Alizarin Crimson - 2 0z
Ultramarine Blue - 2 oz
Transparent red Iron Oxide- 2 oz
Quinacridone Magenta - 2 oz
Indian Yellow - 2 oz
Cobalt Turquois - 2 oz
Green Gold - 2 oz
Napthol Red Light - 2 oz
Yellow Ochre - 2 oz
Burnt Umber - 2 oz
Painting Surfaces - American Lumber - 9th street Modesto--- or Home Depot
Masonite boards - smooth both sides 1/4 thickness;
one 20" x 20"
two 18"x 24"
two 12" x 12"
one 24" x 36"
*** 20 dried Tea Bags with tea in them after use.
** 15" x 15" material or canvas (loose)
Gold Leaf - adhesive and sealer
Brushes - all brands carry these - get one of each
Oil Brush, Angular #6 Oil Brush, Filbert #4 Synthetic Bristle # 16
Oval MOP brush 3/4” - 1" Oil and Acrylic Brush, Round - # 4
Oil and Acrylic Brush, Flat #20