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Comment by Antonin Sedlacik on December 28, 2015 at 9:39am

Very clean work, expressive,good guide and composition all in one... love this work!

Give it a week or so then you can do a final burn in > meaning to seal the artwork with gentle heat. What I do is that , the last final touch of heat I usually do 2-3 times , gentle process. Passing the heat always in motion as vertically as horizontally. Let it cool down for a day and then polish with a soft cloth. Shine will be there. However, the shine may become little mat and this is because of the MPO as it dries.When completely dry the shine will stay. Usually it shines more when really dry.

Comment by Sandy Stubblefield on December 27, 2015 at 5:52pm

Finally finished my painting using the new MPO Antonin sent to me.

This is actually a bit larger, more sky above and water below, but this is all that would fit in my scanner.

I'm happy with it.

8-)

Questions:

I fused the first layer of wax. Do I need to fuse again now that I am finished?

What is the best way to get a shine to the surface? I was able to lightly buff it and it polished a bit. Will it shine more as it dries?

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