Introduce your self and chat! forum: Hypertufa color / tinting paint, creating shadings

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carmens
Jan 29, 2013 2:52 PM CST
Name: carmen stuart
Ga.
Brightwood Aviary
I've made a few pieces of the hypertufa and they are all in a curing mode. I would like to buy base colors that I can mix for shading of the primaries. Should finished pieces be sealed? Both inside and out?Thumb of 2013-01-29/carmens/574ab6
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carmen
Brightwood Aviary
natineah
Jan 29, 2013 3:19 PM CST
Name: Natineah
OH
I think there's no need for you to seal the finished products. :)

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