Great to see this as a student project. I suggest checking Category:Natural paint and also adding it to this page. --Chriswaterguy 03:31, 14 September 2010 (UTC)
Overall, the page reads well--good layout, the order is easy to follow, and it seems like you've included all the necessary information. Some suggestions:
-In the VOCs/Indoor air quality section, you say "and some are carcinogenic and can cause cancer in animals and humans," which is repetitive, since a carcinogen is something that causes cancer.
-Under your recipes section, you could use a heading format to make each section more clear. See the Help page for formating stuff on this.
-The references section could be more organized, so the same website doesn't appear multiple times. The first time you cite something, you can give it a name, and each subsequent time you use it, the reference category at the bottom of the page will only show it once. --Ali Morse
I think that the page was made well. The layout was easy to read and flowed in an ordinarily fashion. You guys chose good pictures that gave good visual examples about your topic. They were spread out well and didn't clutter the page. Improvements
-There was a lot of information about the ingredients of natural paints and the recipes for them. I liked that, but I think that you needed more information on other things involving these paints. I also think that the heading could have been done a little better. There were some parts that were not really defined while others were. Making those headings bold would have really popped out and made those section clear.
-I would also like to comment on the references. Those that are from the same sight only need to be sighted once, otherwise it just looks sloppy. --Cassandra Ruff--