Originally Posted by Pan30
Here is my small test! Not sure if I'll keep it...
I do understand the opinion of putting artwork on a canvas
. It's true taste changes. It'll be a huge world map though, detailed and perfectly proportioned (if I don't mess up), which will illustrate our journeys, dream locations, home etc. I'm fine with that being permanent.
Pan I have been selling art supplies for 46 years acrylic
will not stick to the gel coat permanently
. It will only stick to a porous surface. Even then if soaked in water
it may peel off. Not to mention that acrylic
when it dries has microscopic holes like swiss cheese. That will leave the possibility for mold
growth in high humidity conditions. I know this because I have restore many acrylic paintings over the years. Do the one shot paint
or if you want smaller qty. You could use Testors model paints comes in 1 or 3/4 oz jars it is actually made for plastic application which is simular to gel coat.
PS nicely done art work