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We have always seen acrylic paint on canvas, but now we have the work of artist Alexa Meade, who has creatively used the human body as her canvas. The results are really impressive.

These pictures of people are covered with acrylic paint. Artists did very good job, so people look like they are part of the painting.
Acrylic painting is one of the newest painting mediums, if you’ve ever painted the walls of your home with latex or emulsion paint, you’ll have used a very close cousin of the these paints. In fact I use white matt emulsion, tinted with yellow or brown, to put a base coat on the canvasses I prepare for some of my acrylic painting work.
The acrylic painting technique offers both the new and experienced artist a very versatile method of painting.

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