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Gamblin Mediums - 40% Off MSRP

Gamblin Mediums - 40% Off MSRP

Gamblin Mediums - 40% Off MSRP

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Galkyd

Galkyd is one of those mediums that makes you wonder if there’s anything Gamblin can’t do. This alkyd resin thins oil paints, making them more fluid, meaning you’ll see elevated levels of transparency and gloss. Mix in some more and you’ll change the paint’s texture, smoothing your strokes and getting a unique, harder surface once things dry. And that’s Galkyd’s claim to fame: its drying properties. Oil is a notoriously slow dryer, but Galkyd speeds up the process. In that respect, maybe you could call it a closer because it finishes up what you started. But, like many of Gamblin’s products, it’ll probably just leave you saying "wow."

Solvent-Free Gel

Gamblin Solvent-Free Gel gets your paints and pencils to do what you want them to do. And, because it’s solvent-free, you know it’s safe. The safflower oil and alkyd resin ensures the product is gentle on you. But that doesn’t mean this gel is wimpy. No, unlike other solvent-free mediums, Solvent-Free Gel has a ton of applications. Search around the web or duck into any artist forum and you’ll find someone gabbing about a new technique that uses Solvent-Free Gel as the facilitator. Really, the uses are as limitless as your imagination, it’s just that Gamblin helps to bridge the gap and turns your dreams into a reality. Oh, and it dries moderately quickly; as if Solvent-Free Gel needed another virtue.

Refined Linseed Oil

Gamblin’s dedication to creating non-toxic mediums continues to shine in its Refined Linseed Oil. Perfected through a method consisting of pressing American flax seeds that are further refined by an alkalai process, Gamblin’s Refined Linseed Oil works miracles when thinning oils, especially when it comes to increasing the pop and translucence of colors. And yes, Gamblin’s Refined Linseed Oil has very low acidity, making it truly as “light and pure” as Gamblin’s website indicates.

Neo Meglip

Soft and silky: those are the most common words found in Neo Meglip testimonials. This Gamblin update on Maroger dries at a moderate rate which allows artists to fiddle with their creations until they’re content. But the look and feel are the qualities that artists love. Some say it bestows upon their colors a unique shimmer, a satin gloss that increases the atmosphere. And that makes sense, as this soft gel, per Gamblin’s website, increases “transparency and flow” which transforms oils into a pleasing substance that has a velvety tactility. Plus, due to its makeup – alkyd resin base sans toxic materials – it’s safe to use. Add in that it won’t yellow whites like other mediums and you just might be writing your own glowing testimonials after trying it.

Safflower Oil

We already know that Gamblin offers an unbeatable combination of quality and affordability, but how about this for stretching your dollar? Not only can you use Gamblin’s Safflower Oil as a non-toxic, solvent-free substance for cleaning your brushes, but it’s also a great painting medium that will amp up the flow of colors while extending the dry time. Plus, since this medium is non-yellowing, it’s ideal for lighter colors. Now that’s the kind of versatility that deserves the Gamblin name.

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