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If you're using acrylic, you can just wait for the paint to complelety dry and paint over it. That's one of the advantages of acrylic that makes it more forgiving then oil. It dries quickly so it's easy to paint over mistakes. Oils takes a lot longer to fully dry. If you want the acrylics on your pallete to last longer, I recommend mixing them with a slow drying medium like pic related. The Artist loft store brand from Michael's also decent.

Also I heard stories of people that buy old canvas prints from the thrift store or something then just paint over them to save money on buying a new canvas.



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