However, you can purchase the real deal
you see being made in this video here:
(Of course, you will have to make the paint yourself. But that isn't hard as long as you take the required safety precautions as you do so.)
The thing is, the stack process is the only way I know of that can produce the flake white used by the old masters, a white that is a joy to paint with when you try it. FW is the champagne of whites – the Air Jordan, Rolls-Royce, Black Sea Caviar of whites – and its handling properties are unique and utterly unreproducible in any other way. No modern method I know of can match it. Don't even think about suggesting titanium or zinc here.
This video may be a long watch but it is well worth the time. If only to appreciate the old-school effort that once went into making such a fine paint that we once so casually pushed around...
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