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Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Latest on Painters Online

http://www.painters-online.co.uk/Blogs/New-Start/Confessions/_bl284_po2795_pg1

Hope you can find this - at times, blogger baffles me.   At times?   This is the man who can't even manage his own website......  help urgently required to sort it out for me.....

Anyway; look, here; consider; reflect - the purpose of this blog was really to determine if there's a market for lead white oil paint.  There ought to be, if people are really interested in genuine oil painting rather than the miserable substitutes for same offered to leisure painters and hobbyists.

If you're interested in getting your hands on genuine lead white oil paint - Flake, Cremnitz, and Foundation White - please get in touch with me: here or on Facebook.  Then we might be able to secure a reliable supply, and paint in oil to its fullest degree of possibility and achievement.

By the way - my e-book Oil Painting Basics is still available at £8 per download, £10 on dvd.   Email me at

robertjones@ratville.freeserve.co.uk OR

jones-ratville@hotmail.co,uk

If you want to pay for it via my website, go to www.isleofwightlandscapes.net, but, especially if you want the dvd, don't neglect to email me with your address.

Oh, and Happy New Year!

Robert Phillip Jones

(www.wightpaint.blogspot.co.uk)

2 comments:

  1. HI ROBERT - I HAVE TAKEN THE STEP AND SET UP A BLOG - HAV'T GOT A CLUE WHAT I AM DOING BUT I SEEM TO BE UP AND RUNNING - LOVE YOUR WORK IN PROGRESS - NOT SURE IF THIS SHOULD BE HERE BUT HEY!!!
    JOHN

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