DIY Paint, St Luke knows you can do it, we will show you how. Langridge’s elegant Mullers are imported from England and our Glass Slabs are locally burnished by hand. The best equipment to make the best home made paint. Read up on how to do it yourself.
Hand Milling Oil Paint
Pigment, Cold Pressed or Refined Linseed Oil, glass muller, glass sheet, palette knife.
Take a handful of pigment, make a well in it and pour in about a tablespoon of oil.
Mix into a stiff paste using a palette knife.
Grinding is best done standing, applyingpressure whilst moving the muller in a figure of eight motion on the glass slab.
Periodically scrape paste into the centre of the slab and off the muller.
When properly ground no grains should be seen and no grittiness may be heardor felt.
Store the paint in containers such as empty paint tubes or clean glass jars with airtight lid.
Pigment to oil ratios vary depending on chosen pigment. Always try to make paint with the minimum of oil to produce a workable consistancy, thereby minimising yellowing and wrinkling.
The above information is based on research and testing done by Langridge Artist Colours Pty Ltd and is provided as a basis for understanding the potential uses of the product mentioned. Due to the numerous variables in methods, materials and conditions of producing art, Langridge Artist Colours Pty Ltd cannot be sure the product will be the correct for the artists intended use. Therefore, we urge product users to test each application to ensure all individual requirements are met. While we believe the above information is correct, We make no express or Implied Warranties of Merchantantability or Fitness for a particular purpose. Langridge shall in no event be liable for any damages (indirect, consequential or otherwise) that may occur as a result of a product application
Glass Muller $79.20
Etched Glass Slab $41.80