Centurion DLX Museum Linen Canvas Deluxe Professional Paintable Edge Excellent for oil, acrylic, and alkyd colors Master quality 11 oz. weight linen canvas will last hundreds of years Kiln-dried pine wood stretcher bars for strength and durability One coat of clear sealer, then triple-primed with a…
Linen is the way to go
Pros: Best For Acrylics Paints
Cons: Best value, Some Quality Issues
Best Uses: Acrylic paintings, Art
Describe Yourself: Artist
Primary use: Business
Was this a gift?: No
I found that Centurion DLX Museum Linen Canvas are the best value for me and they work the best with acrylic paint I use for my works. I prefer linen canvases as they do not suck acrylic paints as the cotton canvases does, which allow me finish layers quicker without the need to add more paint. Once in a while I would get one canvas in a batch which frame is bent and the 45 degrees are little off.
Overall I am satisfied with the canvases with further suggestion to the manufacturer to strengthen the quality control.
“Inner Thoughts” 2013 Art by Veny
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“Shell Impressions” 2013 Art by Veny
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