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I'm new to this medium, had to make one for a zoo project. now I'm very excited about "creating" and"painting". what lind of paint do I USE??? THANKS
hi there I think you can best use acryl paint.
Don't know what your making.
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My daughter has a project and she started with paper mache and we made pulp and it smelled terrible we threw it out and bought rigid wrap she is making a turtle and I want to know what kind of paint to use thanks for your help
I have found that acrylic paints work rather well. Then I use a spray on clear acrylic to seal my work.
I plan on making a large jack-0-lantern for halloween and wish to place it outdoors. What kind of paint should I use and how can I seal it from the weather?
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I'm just new at this but is acrylic paint the paint that makes most paper mache project shiny?
What's that subtance used to make it shiny?And how do I make a box out of papermache??
please help and thank u
You can just use a shiny type of acrylic paint, or when you are done painting the project just coat it with a water based high gloss clear lacquer/acrylic.
I have also experimented with sculpy glaze. It is nice.
I've tried many different kinds of paint on papier mache over the years (oil, latex, watercolor, etc.), but I have to say I prefer acrylic. It's mostly a matter of personal choice though; try out different types, if you can, and make your own decision based on what works for you.
I'm a penny-pinching miser, so I use Walmart's el cheapo Folk Art and Apple Barrel brands for the most part.
I've got to agree with Patraw: for price, local availability, quick-dry, ease of use and clean-up, and resistance to moisture, acrylic paint is difficult to improve upon. It comes in matte, shiny, semi-gloss, iridescent and metallics, as spray and brush-on. You can water it down to give a more watercolor-like effect without the difficulties (muddying the colors) of watercolors.