I used Genesis Oils for this piece, which is not really oil, but it handles a lot like it. I have not touched this type of paint in years and just picked it up again recently to do some new pieces. The good thing about this paint is that it dries at about 200 degrees in roughly 15 minutes. I use a heat gun. You start painting again after it cools. That’s a lot handier than waiting for the long period between oil glazes! This makes it ideal for illustration. I don’t know why, but very few illustrators use it.

A drawback is that you can’t use traditional glazes on this paint: they will melt it. I did not like the glazes originally marketed with it. However, they have a new glaze I am looking forward to trying.