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Casein performs most consistenetly on a surface that cannot warp and has no flexation. It is still even on this surface sensitive to temperature and humidity which can cause and heal fine cracking. I have paintings that develop fine cracks in the dry winter or under warm lights and these cracks disappear with a bit of humidity. I have found a layer of muslin is helpful but no guarentee. Also painting fat to lean can protect the integrity of the painting. It is true that if you paint very thin layers that it is possible to use a regular canvas but the outcome is not predictable so a mistep can lead to undesired results and you will need to strip a painting back to restore it. There is so much at play atmospherically and casein is particularly sensitive. With experience you can feel what can be pushed and what is not negogiable.