This is the Golden version of modeling or molding paste. It's used for adding texture into the surface of a painting. In the post above, I've used the molding paste under my painting, and it does indeed add texture. Be careful that you check whether the paste is flexible or not. Unless it says that it is flexible, you wouldn't want to use it on a stretched canvas. It gives you the chance to add nice "dry brush" effects into a landscape.
Welcome to my daily painting blog. Here I'll post my efforts to paint one small painting a day, with a little wiggle room by saying five per week. I work primarily in oils these days, but also love my watercolors. I hope you enjoy my work, and as always, your comments are welcome.
The images reproduced in this blog are copyrighted by the artist, Nel Jansen. All rights reserved.
And so it has taken me all of sixty years to understand that water is the finest drink, and bread the most delicious food, and that art is worthless unless it plants a measure of splendor in people's hearts. ~ Taha Muhammad Ali ~
"I would like to paint the way a bird sings.”--Claude Monet
All of the paintings here are available for purchase plus packaging and shipping, except those marked "sold" in the title and description. Paintings are sold on a first come, first served basis. For information, email me at NelVanL@aol.com Thanks for your interest.