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Can I leave my acrylic paintings in the sun to dry faster?

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Is this process is good for drying of painting. Need expert opinion.

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Tracy Jordan

about 2 years ago
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The truth is acrylic dry faster than any other medium. Unless you are on some sort of a deadline I would recommend staying put, or using a low force hair dryer or just a simple fan. When drawing a complex drawing usually acrylics allow you to make changes, like when I was trying to create a rather difficult Rajasthani painting it helped me make many changes as I was in unfamiliar territory.

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Amrita Agarwal

about 3 years ago
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If you have applied a very thick layer of acrylic paint in your painting, You can also keep the art next to a fan, or in a dry and warm room. These methods would be less risky than putting the painting in the sun.

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Priya Ronald

about 3 years ago
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You can. They paint won't crack or be damaged in any way. But acrylics dry fast anyways. Unless you have a specific reason for drying the painting in the sun, I would recommend that you not do that.

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