FOR OIL AND ACRYLIC PAINTING~
Do you want oil paint colours that look as though you’ve just brushed them onto the canvas? Then properly prepare your support by using my Non-Absorbent Acrylic Primer (NAAP).
This product is non-absorbent and will provide a strong bond to the layers of paint with enough tooth not to feel greasy.
NAAP may be used on a variety of supports. NAAP may even be applied over inexpensive, standard, primed canvasses to render them non-absorbent!
NAAP may be applied to linen, wood, MDF, and other supports to produce a strong, flexible, permanent, and highly pigmented ground. It’s suitable as a ground for both acrylic and oil paint.
Do not apply over rabbit skin/hide glue or to unsound, flimsy supports such as cardboard.
Note this is a primer, not a gesso. Gessoes, sizes, or other ancillary products are unnecessary alongside NAAP.
- Apply 2 coats to your support, covering generously.
- If you desire increased flow, dilute with 1 part water, and 4 parts NAAP.
- Apply a second coat once the first coat is touch dry (approximately 1 hour).