vice wrote:It would be easy to buff paint thinned with nail polish remover. The chemical in it acetone, but nail polish remover is way diluted. Straight acetone would be straight, but that's better as an ingredient in a pigment ink.
i literally wrote that in my last post here. but its okay, you have more authority
resk630 wrote:i wish i knew a way to make acrylic paint hard to buff or at least fade reisistant.
say you have a liter bottle of acrylic paint like i do.
pour half into another bottle first.
then pour 250ml water into the bottle.
then 50ml denatured alcohol
then 1 tablespoon of unflavored gelatin (for shape.. i use it when i mix acrylics that i watered down too much to make them more solid also adds a slight gloss to it)
then add a bit of Acrylic polymer binder, just until its thick enough for you.
and a drop of lemon juice (i use it fir the scent, cause the binder smells like sh*ts sh*t, but maybe the citric acid does something.)
i do not guarentee anything being permanent. its hard as hell to find the binding agent youll have to ask around cause paint companies have the hookups for it. i use this formula when i paint my metal works. kindof works like an enamel but not as glossy and not too flat/