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A question from one of our teachers prompts me to ask for feedback re overpainting oils with acrylics. Margaret, from Queensland, tells me she was always taught that you can't successfully paint acrylics over oils but she doesn't know the science behind it. She was challenged by someone who maintained it was possible at one of her demonstrations recently and was at a loss to explain her belief.
"I've looked on the web and can't find the answer ... just that it's not a good idea and that the acrylic will peel off. It appears to be an adhesion problem ... but then why can oils be painted successfully over acrylics?"
So over to fellow painters:
What's the reason behind this rule and what is your painting experience?
Have you broken the rule successfully?