Traditional Dyes & Paint

The earliest people used mineral pigments that had been dug from the ground for many of their most lasting artworks.  Powdered and mixed with a binder such as water, vegetable juice, animal fat, egg whites or sometimes spit or urine, these natural dyes created permanent colors, as we can still see in cave paintings today.  These pigments are suitable for painting drums & rattles for an authentic look (use a non-oil base).   

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