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Dorland Cold Wax
This is a video that’s growing in popularity on my channel, so I thought I’d share it on the website too for those interested.

Apparently, mixing the cold wax with a bit of Liquin by Winsor Newton (quick dry alkyd resin for oils), will help the cold wax “cure” and set up hard as a varnish and not remain pliable.

Excited to revisit this because the surface quality on paper was really awesome.


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