Monday, April 23, 2012

Wet Palette Creation

So I have found something new and exciting. Something that a lot of you all out there have known about. I created a wet palette, and I am still trying to wrap my head around why I did not create one sooner!
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Mine was more makeshift than that one up there, it was the same concept though. The paint says wet and you can blend and water down at a whim. I have to say, being I can blend much easier now without much concern for new pots or anything, I can get a lot more out of my colors and wet blend accordingly! I'm very excited to see more uses. Here is a link (I know there are many) for making a cheap wet palette.

If you have any tips or comments, please leave them below!



  1. Having a wet pallete sure is awesome on saving paints! :D How is the depth on your container? I'm still searching for a good shaped container for a wet palette. For now I find that a cigar tin works very well for a nice sized and low container (though not entirely sealed) for a wet palette!

    1. I just grabbed a deli meat container than had been washed. It is fairly deep, but worked pretty well for the uses!