Acrylic, resin and mixed media paintings using the following substrates. The substrate used will be mentioned in the description of the painting.
Canvas is relatively lightweight and is the most common substrate I use for acrylic painting. Canvas is the traditional substrate for painting, but I don't always like to be traditional!
Wood panels are similar in weight to canvas, but are sturdier and provide a much smoother surface than canvas. They are great not only for acrylic painting, but resin and mixed media also.
MDF is a heavier substrate than canvas, but it can provide a much smoother surface than canvas. It is similar to the look and feel of a wood panel, but doesn't have deep, gallery edges. This is my least commonly used substrate only because it gets quite heavy in larger sizes.