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I use a wet pallete to keep my paint from developing little dry particles and the perimeter skin that Angorak mentioned - haven't yet gotten it to keep my paint wet for more than an hour or so, but that might be because I don't have it in an air-tight container..

 

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This is my Pallette. I made it out of Pallette Sponge, Acrylic Papper, and a box from a pharmasutical supplier. I'm definatly going to throw a few up on ebay. If you haven't tried the wet pallet, I defenatly recomend trying the Papper Towel / Parchment papper thing and see if you like it. Just remember you'll get better results from something that holds the moisture in, and creates a humid environment for your paint. The stins on the papper are because I've washed and re-used this piece of papper just to see if I could. It's starting to break down a little from the scrubbing, but I'm amazed at how well it holds up.

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