Aging Medium - Part of one, two or three part process of creating works of art that look old by design. This medium will give paintings a uniform golden cast.
Colorless Painting Medium - will quicken the drying process. It gives luminosity and depth to the paint film and is ideal for painting smooth flat areas for it draws out brush marks reducing their appearance.
Cracking Varnish - This would be used as a secondary optional step. It may be used with or without having first used aging medium. The varnish creates cracks in the paint film by design.
Flemish Siccative - this Copal resin based quick drying medium yields a paint film with an enameled-like appearance.
Oil of Spike Lavender - Use this medium to give body to the color as well as a certain amount of bite, which improves adhesion to the lower layers. This is a safer and more health-conscious alternative than painting with turpentine.
Patina Black - This black paste is used as an optional third step in the aging process. It gently wipes into the surface cracks created by the cracking varnish.
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