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Chapter 9 - Additional Studio Accessories - http://dougfarrick.com - These accessories can make your painting life a lot ...
easier and includes: paint tube squeezer, canvas pliers, art guard, and many other surprising time-saving tools and items.
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Now, in this segment I want to talk about some additional studio tools and accessory that I think are really going to help you out. So let's take a look at them. First one I want to show you and this is about as basic as you can get is that they're just glass jars but I really like these.
I find, you can never have enough of these, and you can get these really anywhere at Wal-Mart, Target, anywhere like that. I think I have got these at Michaels and they are $2 or $3 each but get the ones with a wide mouth on them. They are just really nice for a lot of different purposes, and it's good to have a number of those around.
Next, I happen to like these pocket rags. I did get these at home depot and there are six rags per package. They are amazingly cheap and they are not only good for clean up, they are good for taking paint off your canvas, working like that. So I just happen to like them. They have that nice terrycloth type of feel to them, so these are really nice.
Now, of course you can use a t-shirt, you can use paper-towels, you can use almost anything, but these are just, just really nice for you. So I recommend them and it's just something to look into.
Next, I am Doug Farrick and hopefully you've just enjoyed watching that video clip and for more like this you should check out a DVD I recently produced called An Introductory Guide to Oil Painting Tools and Supplies and it has all sorts of chapters with information pertaining to choosing the right oil paints, all the different kinds and choices you have, the different brushes to choose, different hair types, sizes, mediums, what are some of the best, how to create them, the good, bad and ugly, I have solvents, information on supports, grounds, easels, time saving studio accessories and a whole more. So check that out, it's either on Amazon or at dougfarrick.com and again the title of the DVD is An Introductory Guide to Oil Painting Tools and Supplies.