This paint is a tempera paint due to its egg yolk base. We started by cracking open the eggs and separating the yolk from the white-which took me about 4 tries, it is a very delicate and tedious task haha. Once separated, we left the yolk in a cup for mixing.
I was amazed by the texture that each paint created from grainy to pasty. The color even changed once it dried and it would vary depending on the surface it was applied to. I used small scraps of plywood I had lying around that I had wood burned onto with a soldering iron. The paint helped my mini landscapes come to life.