What Cost More an Oil Painting Or a Water Color ?

If you are talking about buying tubes of paint to work with, oils are generally more expensive. As for the finished work, prices vary widely on the art market, and an artist's prestige and reputation do much more to set the price than the medium. That said, an oil painting by Picasso will probably still fetch more than a watercolor by Picasso. As for which is harder, opinions vary. Watercolors are extremely challenging because it is almost impossible to correct mistakes as the paints as translucent and dry almost immediately. Oils stay wet for days or even weeks, depending on what they are combined with. In oils you can work in layers, constantly fixing mistakes. But, and this is a big but, oils cannot be mixed with water, they are mixed with a variety of mediums: turpentine, linseed oil, safflower oil, liquin, etc.. Some of these substances are dangerous, all are tricky to work with. If you layer oils thinned with turpentine over a layer thinned with safflower oil, the paint will flake off. White paint thinned with linseed oil will turn yellow. And so much more. So, I would say, watercolors are easier and more economical for a beginning painter.

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sorry doll, you wont get 5 inches in two months. maybe a year though? the best thing to help you would be to STOP washing it! wash it twice a week. oils in your hair make it grow faster, also, go to your local salon or beauty school and get a scalp treatment and deep condition once every week or two, the scalp treatment stimulates the scalp to help the hair grow, and the deep condition moisturizes the hair to keep it healthy and keep the ends from splitting. maybe even get a smallll small trip. if your ends are dead, your hair wont grow at all

3. This sounds like a really bad question, but what are ways...?

As both a writer/reader and an experienced drug user, I will answer here. I do appreciate writers who take the time to get things right, even when not exactly acceptable to the public eye. Plus, getting fictional details wrong may lead to imitative use that could lead to harm or death, so I am doing damage limitation philosophy here. The traditional method is to mix the powder and water into a solution in a small spoon, then quickly boil it over a candle or lighter flame. Once it boils, you use a small cotton ball to draw off the excess water. Then you take the syringe, place the tip of the needle into the concentrated fluid, draw the fluid into the syringe, and tap it to make any air bubbles come to the surface. Then, a band of surgical tubing or a bandanna is used to tourniquet the left arm, which brings the veins bulging to the surface. (If you are highbrow, you use a new needle and clean the arm with an alcohol pad. If you are street-poor, just do it.) Find the vein, clench a fist, push the needle, stuff the plunger. By the time you get the needle out of your vein and the tourniquet off your arm, you will be floating, soon you will be nodding. Note: I am not a heroin user myself, but I do associate with such. EDIT: To answer the above: Lightbulb vaporization is generally used for powders and oils which have a low boiling point, i.e. lower than water or the flame one would use to light them. Thus, Heroin and Cocaine are generally boiled in water and injected, Marijuana is generally smoldered and inhaled as dry leaf/bud/resin, but some of the more delicate chemicals like methamphetamine must be vaporized through a gentle "double-boiler" process. Hence filling the lightbulb with vapors, then inhaling all at once, rather than overcooking and burning the active alkaloid ingredient.

4. Is there supplements from like a health food store one could take if they were EFA deficient?

The Omega-3 or EFA deficiency is pretty rare in the civilised world. The signs or symptoms of Omega-3 deficiencies are: Dry hair, dry skin - Keratosis Pilaris (often noticed as a 'goose-bump' rash on the upper arms and/or upper thighs), excessive thirst, frequent urination, problems with attention and more. The combo use of Krill Oil & Green-Lipped Mussels can fix these problem good and forever. The DHA is the most biologically useful omega 3 fatty acid and oils such as krill oil or green-lipped mussel as superior to DHA-containing fish oil. They are also a superior nutrient to assist fat-related calorie burning. They promote the health of your white adipose tissue so that you can lose weight or maintain a healthy weight more easily, as well as helping you not become type II diabetic.

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