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I am presently creating oil paintings using oil sticks and oil paints. I create my first layer using Shiva Oil Sticks, which have a matte finish and dry to the touch in less than 24 hours. My second layer consists of Sennelier Oil Sticks, which are much oilier than the Shivas. My final layer is completed using Gamblin Oil paints applied neat.
I've read elsewhere that oil sticks are not as compatible with regular oil paints and do not dry as well as or create as strong a film as regular oil paints, which can lead to problems down the road.
What are your thoughts on this? Thank you!
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The main issue is the wax content of oil sticks and other wax mediums when used in oil painting. Wax is readily soluble in most solvents used in oil painting, varnishes and cleaning, whereas oil paint is more resistant and less susceptible to the action of solvents. The solvents in varnishes, varnish removal and cleaning diffuses into the paint film where it may cause swelling and other damage to wax in the paint film.