Here are pics of the monoprints done on gelli plate.
I'm using Winsor Newton Galeria acrylic titanium white, it's smooth as silk. Most of the colors are Liquitex Basics. At first I liked these a lot, but they do not like heat. My studio must have cooked them or something because they no longer are smooth and creamy. Some are barely usable, and I'm not happy with them. I won't buy them again. They also clog up the opening - I d rather be using craft paints that hold up for decades. I like having them in the tubes, and they are hot on the market, so I had to try them out. I guess if temperature was not an issue, I would still like them.
I think I'll be using my discount coupons to buy more of the Winsor Newtons when I need them. They are my number one favorites.
I have a few tubes of Acrylics by Art Insitute given to me by a friend. I think they are quite nice so far and will use them again today for a better trial.
As I'm working inside I don't have much space to set things to dry. I can't put them outside as the roofers are still stirring up the sawdust and tiles debris. So they are all over my living space including the kitchen counter and stove. LOL Any bare space that the dogs can't jump on! Three more days of this.