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45 comments

Zaveer Amini 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Very useful video, thank you!

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hugo flores 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Pretty cool shit.

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Billi Blaze 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Omg we know how to close a bucket. Really?? Lol

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simona ghidoni 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Thanks for making this video, I will follow this process to make my own canvases. I was wondering if I could use Belgium linen instead of buying canvas rolls. I am painting with acrylics and I was also wondering if priming the linen with the gesso process that you are describing on your other video it can be the best primer for acrylics. Cheers

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Roya K Rezaee 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can you use under paint coat instead of Gesso?

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Dana Marie 01/09/2021 - 22:45

You don’t need to use rabbit skin glue sizing? Or you would if you were surely painting oil?

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Roxana Brivent-Barnes 01/09/2021 - 22:45

You are brilliant! Despite bands claiming to prime their canvases, I find it poorly primed, so I have already applied your teqnique, and love the result, so THANK YOU!

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Sheila Carpenter 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Question: If you did NOT use gesso "before" painting (with oils), can you gesso the "backside" of the canvas to help with the deterioration you mention?!

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STEVE URWIN Grey Hair with creative fire inside 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I have been painting for 20 years which gives me some experience however I have a question you might have an answer. It occurred to me on an XXL canvas I have had issues with the stretcher bars pushing on the surface as I prime. Is it better to prime on a flat surface or on an easel? Any advice would be great

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Maria Vuorinen 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Do I need to wet my brush with water before gessoing the canvas or do I just gesso the canvas with a dry brush?

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John Skelcher 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Thanks for video, I was really interested in your studio easels? Who is the manufacturer?
Thanks

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Julie J. 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Enjoying your content, thanks SO much! I heard you say you should not use any oil paints on raw (non primed) canvas. Is it ok to paint with acrylic on raw? I like the look better but don't want to if it will not withstand time.

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Christian F. Ocampo 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Great tutorial. I love how calm your explanations were. I was wondering, could one also use a squeegee to spread out the Gesso, especially if time was a concern?

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tina mckeage 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Thank you for this video.

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Bruce Griffiths 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Novice in this sort of painting. This was great. Do I need to prime for acrylic work only?

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Cat Not I 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I don’t understand why you skip sealing the canvas? The oil will just go right through the gesso, everythjng I’ve read says that GAC 100, RGS, etc, should be used first.

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Alrighty then 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Please make more videos! I love these, they're so informative 🙂

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nonane 01/09/2021 - 22:45

thank you so much, you r a star!

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SkinGlow 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can we use roller instead of the brush?

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UR 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I have found in old books that you can also prime the back of the canvas. This should prevent the primer from penetrating the fabric and staining it on the back. It should also protect the back of the painting from moisture coming from the wall.
What do you think of that?

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Sumaira Nadi 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Good guideline thanku

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Michael Hall 01/09/2021 - 22:45

A+ content! Thank you so much!

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Olena Turkevych 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Thank you! awesome tutorial!

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David Knapp 01/09/2021 - 22:45

i QUIT BRUSHING ON GESSO ALONG TIME AGO. BEST WAY I DISCOVERED IS TO SCREED ON MATERIAL AND MOVE THE GESSO QUICKLY FROM ONE EDGE ACROSS THE CANVAS. THREE COATS WITH SANDING IN BETWEEN SAVES A LOT OF MESS, http://WWW.DAVIDJKNAPP.COM. SINCE I PAINT ALL THE TIME, I GANG UP CANVASES TO SAVE THE MESS AND CLEAN UP. …FOR THE SCREED TOOL, I USE AN 8.5 x 4 INCH CARDBOARD PIECE SHEARED FROM THE BACK OF TABLETS. THE FINE EDGE WILL REALLY REMOVE EXCESS GESSO AND GIVES A GREAT SURFACE

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Italyweddings Ben Singleton 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I was always taught not to lay the canvas flat for priming, and also when you lift to paint the sides, air can be forced through what you’ve just painted, breaking the seal you have made in the surface. Also you did not mention how thick you are applying I believe, and finally (sorry) you did not mention how much the gesso will take out the natural rough texture of the canvas that many oil painters like to give them some “bite” to the brush. Love to know your thoughts. I personally use three layers of pvc and white emulsion paint, in always less diluted mixes

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Renato N F — Realism Artist 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Nice video. One suggestion, too, or "Extra" is: using modeling paste to smooth out rough canvas. Works Great. Golden has a video explaining it and its a life saver for taking out some canvas texture.

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Singing For The Creator 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Where should I purchase Jesso?

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Montassar Wahaibi 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Bravo artiste…Malheureusement Nous ..içi ..en tunis .. pas de Gesso , et les pinceaux laissent des poils en surface hhhhhhhh

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Dan 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can I use an old photography backdrop as a paint canvas? I’m not sure if it’s the same material. Mine is already painted with a design but I would paint over it with the white gesso.

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NoomiV 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can acrylic gesso be used for oil paint?

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Rachel F 01/09/2021 - 22:45

How many layers of gesso is preferred for acrylic painting?

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Rachel F 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can this same method be used for a store bought canvas for prepping it to remove cheap canvas texture?

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PRAKASH 01/09/2021 - 22:45

What a wonderful Tutorial !
Thank you very much

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Rabia Hafeez 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Thanku

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From The Peanut Gallery 01/09/2021 - 22:45

If you use modeling paste, do you still need to use gesso before applying it, or does the modeling paste now become the primer? Also, is gesso good for oils?

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From The Peanut Gallery 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Wonderful video. How does Gerhard Richter prime his canvasses?

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Mimi YouYou 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Thank you🙏💫 i wonder of there is a more natural primer/ jesso. What did they use in the past. Thank you , from Europe.

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Jordan Degeling 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Love the video! You look just like Gweneth Pultra (probably spelled that wrong lol)

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The Engineer 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I will not spend 40 mins sanding only to use modeling paste.

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Ben and Yoga 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I wanted to be an artist to express myself. I changed my mind… too many rules, technics, supposed-to’s. Something much more freeing about
just taking a food order than this? Right?

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Jere Stacy 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can you blow dry it?

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O F 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Can you coloring the Gesso?

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Scarlet Pumpernickel 01/09/2021 - 22:45

This woman is so excruciatingly sexy, I couldn't even watch the video.

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Tameka Dalwood 01/09/2021 - 22:45

I am an absolute novice… thank you SO much for such raw and enlightening information… I am so ready to embark on my first canvas. I thought the tutorial was very generous.

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Νίκος Δρικάκης 01/09/2021 - 22:45

Very helpfull tutorial Katerina, thank you! I am considering priming a backdrop canvass for photography. The size of it is 2.5m x 3meters long. Can you advise by your own experience what is approximately the gesso coverage per square meter? Thanks a lot!

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