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IMAGER works in a self-fabricated medium of shellac & earth pigments. Shelac flakes, dissolved in denatured alcohol becomes the vehicle to be mixed with finely ground earth pigments. With this as a 'paint', fine washes are possible on canvas sized with hide glue. If the canvas is both sized & primed with traditional gesso, a 'French Polish' glaze may be built up over a number of days.

Where oil paint is used, it is again non-commercial. Earth or dry pigments are mixed with Linseed & Stand Oils. Here, all sized canvas is primed with a gesso made of hide glue, chalk dust and marble dust.

Modern Acrylic paints are upon occasion employed, but only for pieces wherein their use is necessitated by the piece itself.