Prove It - Water-Mixable Oils vs. Traditional Oils

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Can YOU tell the difference between water-mixable oils and traditional oil paints? In this Prove It!, Mikey G sets out to see if people of various degrees of familiarity with art supplies can actually make out a discernible difference between two paintings, both exactly the same except for the paints used. Arist Dan Nelson painted two identical paintings, using either Cobra Water-Mixable Oils or Rembrandt Extra-Fine Artists' Oil Colors. What does Mikey G find out? The results may surprise you, but you'll have to watch to find out for yourself!

Please enjoy this Prove It! video and let us know what you think in the comments below!

What do you think? Is it really so difficult to tell the difference between water-mixable and traditional oil colors? Have you performed a similar experiment of your own? Tell us about it in the comments below!

Comments (1) -

Anne used drab colors for the test.  If you'd used more brilliant colors , like maybe a floral painting, then the test would have been more valuable. Without a range of bright colors I STILL DON;T KNOW if the paints are comparable or not.

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