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I have painted several layers using Walnut/Alkyd medium. Now I want to add an additional layer that has texture using a palette knife. I am thinking of adding cold wax to the oil paint/walnut oil/Alkyd medium for better texture. Is this a good idea?
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I think his name is Brian Firth. He is one of the conservation experts who posted here. He has raised issues with paint film solubility caused by the addition of wax. I would search the forum for his comments on that.
My apologies to Brian Baade, as I have realized I mixed up the two Brians. Brian Firth is a person who posted in a different forum.
I believe it was Dr. Baade who spoke to solubility issues in this forum caused by the use of wax in oil painting.