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A little information on the traditional technique of returning gloss to a dry painting. I didn’t mention this specifically in the video but you want your medium to contain the least amount of oil and yet still work. Just meaning the flat parts of the painting don’t turn completely back to matte when it dries, the areas will retain some degree of shine (gloss).

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34 comments

seahawk100 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Such a nice painting. Why would you not want to finish it? Just call it finished now.
Its Fine. 👍

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allen voss 12/09/2021 - 16:01

What about a 50/50 Gamsol and fast dry alkyd?

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bluebirdsoftballcookie 12/09/2021 - 16:01

I applied a thin coat of Gamvar satin varnish over a year ago to the finished painting, can I do this process on top of that or do I need to remove the varnish layer first? The painting has lost so much depth it used to have originally, it's flat and dull and lost it's vibrancy. Thanks in advance Bryce, love the vid and I love that painting, it's so beautiful 🙂

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MilesBellas 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Finish the painting!
It's quite nice.

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S MacFarlane 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Mesmerising painting. Very helpful video.

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Fraser Donachie 12/09/2021 - 16:01

… great video – thanks. Two questions: once applied like this will it all dry out again and reveal the under-bound or sunken areas? And how long after oiling out like this would you wait before varnishing? … thanks again …

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BackyardTattoo 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Hi Bryce, I got a problem with oiling out. Once I put lineseed oil, some parts turn glossy and some seems don't take oil and stay matte. I use only lineseed oil. I don't have this issue with liquin. What do you think it could be the problem?

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Crisalida Thomassie 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Thanks for the demo. Great and beautiful painting. I noticed you haven’t posted any more videos. I hope you find the time to do more. Take care.

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dan grossheider 12/09/2021 - 16:01

What if I already used retouch varnish, can I do this over that, or do I need to remove the varnish?

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Miguel Suarez 12/09/2021 - 16:01

I looked for information about gamsol and it says (and shows the picture) that gamsol takes months to dry and grows mold. What do you know about it?

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Owen Ackerman 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Hello, Great video, can you oil out an entire painting a month or so after doing oiling it out the first time.

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Stephen Taylor 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Hello i use m grahams oil paints can i mix the gamsol with walnut oil to oil out thanks.

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Viorica Buta 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Beautifull painting !!!!!!!!!!!!

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pero zubac 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Nothing special .You , just talk to much…

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Comrade Morlac 12/09/2021 - 16:01

why do we callthis oiling out?why not oiling in? xD

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V Vvvv 12/09/2021 - 16:01

How long it take to dry?

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1luiszepol 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Helpful. But why you didnt finish it? Good piece of art.

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Jan Š. Odvárko 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Thank you very much Bryce, this was helpful. I was deciding between oiling out and applying retouch varnish, so I'm glad for your information. Beautiful painting, by the way.

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Jun L 12/09/2021 - 16:01

thank you for explaining this process! just a question: when you say '4 parts gamsol to 1 part stand oil,' does that mean by weight or by volume?

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April Duke 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Thank you for this video! Huge help!

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artistiQUO 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Great tip thank you for that 🙂

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Jan Mackie 12/09/2021 - 16:01

What a fabulous painting !!!! Thanks for your demo.

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Jeanette H 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Do you have to use Stand oil? or can you use plain old linseed oil? How long should you wait for the painting to be completely dry before you can oil out? I'm just trying to paint the painting more vibrant without glossing it because I do not have enough time to wait! thanks!

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Martina Nichtová 12/09/2021 - 16:01

thank you, great explanation. I would like to ask a question. i understand now that for further continuing of painting I should oil it out. but what if the painting is already finished and I would like it to stay the way it is? perhaps sell it? what can I do then to keep it from changing values? oiling out only lasts til the paint dries again, or?? should I apply some kind of varnish in that case? under the varnish it will stay safe and not change? thank you so much !!!!!

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gautam barua 12/09/2021 - 16:01

The painting was simply captivating.

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Meera Bakshi 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Thanks for detailed information about oiling out /oiling in technique. I will be picking up my brushes after almost 2 and a half years due to my husband's medical needs did not allow me to concentrate on painting! 😀

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natgosau10 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Thank you!!!

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Steven Shackelford 12/09/2021 - 16:01

WHAT A GREAT EXPLANATION! Do you mean when you say it feels wet… that it just looks wet, but is dry? How long does this mixture take to dry before applying a final varnish coat? Thanks again.

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Sandi Hester 12/09/2021 - 16:01

WONDERFUL explanation and demo!!!!! Loved this video and am going to now to check out the rest of your channel! I'm working on a series of bird paintings with very dark back ground and this is going to be sooooooo helpful to me! subscribed!

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Nicolas Gasparotto 12/09/2021 - 16:01

I didnt understand one thing, you have to let it dry that oil out medium you put? And then paint when its dry? Or paint when is still wet? Or can be both? What do you recomend? Great video btw!!

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dangervich 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Do I have to use stand oil or can i use ordinary linseed oil?

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Mickyplays Progressive House 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Very useful info – thank You! May i ask you what medium did you use to retain those brushstroke marks on some parts of the painting or is just the harsh underpainting brush strokes with more paint that is hitting through the upper layer? Nice painting, you do not blend too much, just lay down the paint right?

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Aidan Cassaro 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Great content! Love the painting

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Vinícius Garcia 12/09/2021 - 16:01

Hello, thank you very much for the video.
Recently I had my first scare with sunken areas in my painting, now I'm not scared so much
Well, I would like to know what is the problem of oiling only with linseed oil.
I use an indirect technique taught by alexey antonov, before each session he only applies oil to the canvas with his hands and then wipes off the excess with a cloth. I would like to know your opinion on this.
Thank you 🙂

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