I was going to suggest an artist supply store as a place for acrylic supplies. I use Liquitex airbrush thinner and a drop or two of their flow aid to thin acryic paint. Works well. Tony Wagner
On Wednesday, November 2, 2016 9:16 AM, "aschneiderjr@... [STMFC]" wrote:
Although the Dick Blick store in Wheaton, presumably the one you refer to, is a great place to visit, they are also on line and advertise flat rate shipping.
On Wed, 11/2/16, email@example.com [STMFC] wrote:
Subject: [STMFC] Re: thinning acrylics
Date: Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 8:56 AM
Thanks Bill! I see there’s a store in Iowa City –
great for Nelson and two
locations in the Twin Cities – closer to me.
I did see one in a shopping complex a couple miles up
Naperville Rd from
the Isle host hotel while we were eating at the Chilis
nearby, but none of those
I went to dinner with had heard of the place or had any
interest in checking it
Mason City Iowa
included the links so
you know what to look for. Both of these companies are well
known and respected
in the artistic community. Dick Blick is a great source for
things that can be
used in painting and weathering. We now have one in Tampa.