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If you are new to the world of acrylic paints, then you have probably heard of Nuln Oil, or maybe even heard of Nuln Colour! Either way, this article is designed to give you a brief overview of this popular acrylic paint.

Nuln Oil is a medium that was developed in the 1980s and used for making many different types of art. Many of these uses included being an alternative medium to oil paints and acrylic paints. However, there are a number of other uses for Nuln Oil as well!

There are several ways to apply Nuln Oil to your canvas. For instance, if you are using it as an opaque pigment, then you can use an old rag or paper towel (which you would probably already have around the house) to rub the oil onto the canvas before you paint. Alternatively, you could use a brush (or a sponge if you prefer), or simply spray the oil onto the surface. If you are using a brush, make sure that you use something soft, and preferably one that is relatively thin. If you are using a sponge, make sure that you use something with a little bit of suction to push the oil through your brush.

If you are using Nuln Oil as a semi-opaque paint, then you will need to mix it with water before you start painting. The amount of water in the paint is very important and needs to be determined by several factors. Firstly, it needs to match the shade of the rest of your painting; secondly, it needs to add enough water to make it somewhat watery (i.e. not too much or too little).

The last thing to be determined is how much water you need to add to your Nuln Oil paint – the rule of thumb is to try and add about twice the volume of water as you would for an oil-based paint. You should also try and avoid adding more water than you think you need, as too much water will dilute the oil, and make it harder to paint.

In order to achieve the best results when painting with Nuln Oil, it is recommended that you apply it as soon as possible after mixing the paint with water and before you start painting. The more water you put into the paint, the drier it will be, so the more water you need to add, and the longer it will take for it to dry.

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