You’ve just finished an oil painting and it’s not looking so good.

The paintbrush in your hands is splattered with mud.

You’ve wiped it off with a tissue and then you look at the oil painting that’s been sitting in your fridge.

It’s not a masterpiece, but you’re going to want to fix it soon.

Oil painting restoration can involve painting the oil on a new canvas, replacing the old canvas, painting a new oil on the original canvas, or simply replacing the oil with another material.

And there’s nothing quite like the thrill of being able to repair a masterpiece.

Renaissance Oil Painting Restoration is a two-part program for painting restoration.

1.

First step is to get the oil painted and then to repair the painting This first step is the hardest part.

First, you need to get all the paint off the old oil painting.

So get it out of the car, into the dishwasher or any other safe area.

There is no need to take a picture of the paint and put it back on.

I use a clean cloth to wipe off the paint with.

If you’ve painted it before, it’ll be easy to remove it.

Then you need the oil.

Pick out a thin layer of the old paint and gently press it down on the old brush, using a little bit of pressure to make sure it stays in place.

After this, you can then clean off the brush with a damp cloth or towel.

Now you need some oil.

I like to use a mixture of white and red, as this will give the paint a slightly darker colour.

Put a small amount of white paint on top of the original and gently work the brush through it.

Don’t let the paint go past the edges.

This is the part where the paint starts to lose its gloss.

When you do this, it’s important that you don’t overwork it.

This will reduce the amount of paint that can be applied to the old painting. 

If you want to make it look better, apply the colour to the paintbrush, using as much pressure as you can without damaging the paint.

Use a brush brush to start to gently brush the paint back and forth over the original.

Once the paint is wet, wipe it off, using the same pressure to ensure that it stays still.

You can then gently wipe it with a wet cloth.

Repeat this process with the remaining paint until all the excess paint has been removed.

Your oil painting will be smooth and shiny again, but it will still look a little different.

To remove the excess oil, carefully brush away any excess paint.

If the excess is too much, use a little of a damp towel to wipe it away.

Remember to get out of your painting once you’ve removed all the oil, so that it doesn’t spread.

Next you need a new painting.

 You can get the paint from the garage, the paint shop or your local art centre.

What you need for this second step are a brush, a paintbrush and a water bottle.

Mix them up and then mix them up again.

 Now it’s time to dry your brush.

Make sure it’s in good condition, as it should be dry to the touch.

Don’t use too much pressure, as the paint can dry quickly.

Wipe the brush across the surface of the oil paint, using your brush to lightly scrape away any dust or debris that’s clinging to the surface.

Let it dry for a few minutes before using to clean off any excess.

Again, this step is a bit tricky.

While you’re drying your brush, you’ll want to rub the brush into the oil for the best results.

Grab your water bottle and fill it up with water.

Take a couple of small pieces of the wet oil, like a piece of paint or a small sponge.

Fill the bottle with water and then use your brush or a sponge to lightly brush on the water. 

When it’s dry, you should see a few bubbles coming out of it.

You should then wipe the excess water off with the damp cloth you used to wipe the paint away. 

Repeat this step with the remainder of the water until the oil is fully dry.

That’s all there is to it. 

So how does oil painting repair work? 

The first step for oil painting reconstruction is to paint the oil onto a new canvases surface. 

This involves painting the canvas over the oil in a way that preserves the original colour. 

Then, you’re left with a smooth canvas with a new, shiny finish. 

You can use a paint brush or paintbrush tool to paint over the old oils surface.

This is very easy to do.

But before you paint over an old canvas