Just a small discovery.
I live in an old farmhouse that has hot water heat using the old fashioned radiators. I put a wet oil painting on top of one while the heat is on and it’s dry to touch in a couple of days. I realize it’s not completely dry at this point and it’ll take six months to dry yada yada yada
But at this point in the drying period the Bob Ross finishing spray works very well.
I have used this method several times, all successfully.
This allows me to have the benefit of using a fat medium during the painting process and when I’m finished, I have a very fast drying technique equivalent to many lean mediums.
Thanks, Gary in Ohio.
THANK YOU Gary!