The Official Bob Ross Blog

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  1. How much time do i have to complete the painting before the liquid white is too dry? Do i have to complete it in one day or can i come back the next day and finish it? If it does dry, what is the solution?

    • Oil paints take a week or so to dry, depending on the temperature. The liquid white will be fine to continue to paint on fo 2-3 days. Just check with your finger, touch it and see if your finger is white… I have paused and continued 2 days later with no problem. If you cover your paints on the pallet, they will remain viable also.

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