The signature on my paintings will be the G and J combined initials you see here and I will sign them with “Gloria Jean” on the back.
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I mostly use aylcrics as well. In my limited oil painting experience, I’ve used Grumbacher and Holbein. I really enjoy and prefer Holbein’s paints to Grumbacher because, in my experience, they are much more consistent in what comes out of the tube. Holbein’s paint is always a firm paste that spreads like butter. Grumbacher’s don’t always give me that experience they range from the paste to big oily glops (with most of it being pure transparent oil). As far as brushes, I enjoy the Monarch Mongoose brushes as well. I tried buying the Dick Blick branded Red Sables and had a terrible experience with them the bristles were literally falling out of the ferrule. So, I tend to agree that, with paint brushes, you really get what you pay for.I’d like to see a post about your color pallette at some point.Thanks again for the blog.
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