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Post by alexandra_1992 on Sat Aug 27, 2011 3:36 pm

Hi I was just wondering if anyone had any leftover paint they would like taken off their hands or paints they arnt keen on im trying to build a small one stroke kit for a charity xx thanks xx happy to pay but onli have a small budget xx sunny [quote]

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Re: wanted paint

Post by kicat on Mon Aug 29, 2011 3:37 am

I just turned my Wolfe essentials and metallic pallets into one strokes... They're not super expensive, might be worth buying to you? =D

As sold by Silly Farm <---Click

Here's how they turned out:
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Post by Pilareta on Mon Aug 29, 2011 5:24 am

Kicat, I'm sooo jealous of your one strokes! Very Happy But I still haven't gotten rid my cut-phobia off. (If that makes sense)
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Post by Michelle Heffner on Mon Aug 29, 2011 7:56 am

kicat wrote:I just turned my Wolfe essentials and metallic pallets into one strokes... They're not super expensive, might be worth buying to you? =D

As sold by Silly Farm <---Click

Here's how they turned out:

Those are super cute!

It's too bad they will be a massive pain the rear to refill.

<3
~Heff
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Re: wanted paint

Post by kat on Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:08 am

What Heff said.

BUT, instead of refilling these, you can find containers that are larger and put the splits that you like into those.

This is great for a trial run!


This is what I do... when I make splits.. I usually make more 1" than anything.. I always duplicate it with a 1/2" in the same container.
The same thing with larger splits... I find that if I like it in the bigger sizes, I'm going to like it in the smaller. (for those designs around the eyes/tight places)

Too... making smaller splits first allows you to use less paint... waste less... in seeing what works for you.

Last night, I spent some time cutting splits apart that I didn't use, and returning colors to their containers.

Good luck - great choices above!
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Re: wanted paint

Post by kicat on Mon Aug 29, 2011 11:49 am

Thanks, Heff, Kat and Pil! (That sounds like a Jazz band)
You're right about the refilling, haha. I pretty much plan on just using these till they're gone. They are mostly just for practice (first ones I ever made) and to see what colors I like together, like kat said ^_^

Also, sorry Alexandra! Didn't mean to hijack your thread ;-;
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Re: wanted paint

Post by alexandra_1992 on Mon Aug 29, 2011 3:22 pm

I don't mind iv just made two split cakes yay an done my colours half an half

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