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2012-09-15 09:49:09 PM

Ianman: So, what was he using to clean his brushes in???


It took me a few times to make it out, but he's saying "odorless thinner". Makes sense, because he stood over it the whole show, and didn't want to get buzzed on camera.


/a couple times I thought the lead singer of GWAR had a side business
 
2012-09-16 03:14:43 AM
Somebody should remix this to dubstep.
 
2012-09-16 11:14:54 AM

jdjoker: Ianman: So, what was he using to clean his brushes in???

It took me a few times to make it out, but he's saying "odorless thinner". Makes sense, because he stood over it the whole show, and didn't want to get buzzed on camera.


/a couple times I thought the lead singer of GWAR had a side business


I had to go look this up, but from what I've found so far, the thinner used by painters is petroleum-based 'mineral turpentine,' which bears little chemical similarity to the tradtional pine-based turpentine but is nearly as effective a solvent. (Especially, perhaps, if you use a screen in the bucket to help separate the solids, and beat the devil out of the brush each time you use it.) 'Odorless thinner' is a modified version of the same, to reduce the offensive-smelling shorter hydrocarbons; but I suspect it was actually developed because those short chains are also the most volatile compounds in it, so 'odorless thinner' is also less flammable.

Regardless, all these chemicals are bad to inhale, and can cause all kinds of problems if you do, including damage to the central nervous system. Between that and traditional toxic paints, is it any wonder that so many artists have been mad? I mean, just check out those colour paintings from before the '30s.
 
2012-09-16 11:16:36 AM

bifford: Somebody should remix this to dubstep.


I agree, as long as it's not any of that wub wub garbage
 
2012-09-16 08:06:01 PM
Bob Ross was a great man. I used to love watching him on television :)
 
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