New Marshall's Photo Oil Kits
Today, hand coloring is a technique used for anything from portraits to neon cityscapes and still life's. Marshall's Photo Oils are transparent oil colors that are intermixable, permanent, and highly concentrated. The paints are acid-free and will not fade or harm your photographs, which makes them perfect for scrapbooking or tinting family pictures. If you'd like to print yourimage, the paints adhere to the "tooth" of the paper, so you will always want to have a textured paper to work on. Papers without a finished surface (archival computer papers, art papers, etc.) can still be used as long as you seal the paper with a spray sealer or apply a coat of Extender to the surface before you begin to paint. For Inkjet prints, it is also recommended that you use Marshall's Image Guard, to keep your paints from mixing with the ink. Special kits specially made to be printed from an inkjet printer are also available, for those looking for ease of use.
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