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This painting and the previous one are done on Wallis Sanded Paper which is a surface made for oil and pastels. It's fun to paint on as it grabs the paint off the brush. You don't get the problem of an under layer being pulled up and muddying another layer placed on top. If you try it, use synthetic bristle brushes, though, because that sandpaper really eats up natural bristles!