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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacrylica‧cryl‧ic /əˈkrɪlɪk/ adjective  TIMAVPacrylic paints or cloth are made from chemical substances, not natural substances
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acrylicSolid acrylic cylinders are $ 30 for a set of three; 2-inch diameter, 2,3 and 6 inches long.Some acrylic easels are rigid with prongs or lips to hold the object.Most of these are water-based acrylic paints, are quick drying and have a low odour.Many techniques are available with acrylic paints, so there is not one type of brush suitable for all acrylic techniques.However, other supports such as acrylic primed canvas or board are also perfectly suitable.Grounds include traditional white lead primer, alkyd primer, acrylic primer, oil emulsion grounds and gesso.They represent a wide range of water-based media, from gouache and acrylic to transparent watercolors.You know like the acrylic windows.
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