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Tips for Oil Painting Dry Faster

Tips for Oil Painting Dry Faster

Artpainting Staff 21/11/2016 0
 This article is about the tips for oil painting dry faster. As we know, the process for the oil paint to dry is long maybe in week or month. With this tips, it can help your oil painting can dry within a few hours or days.  1)Environment Place an oil painting in the room that is warmer because the cold room will slow the drying process of oil painting. You are advised not to use extreme heat to dry the painting such as the use of a hair dryer. This is because it will make the drying process bec...
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The Differences between Oil Paint and Acrylic Paint

The Differences between Oil Paint and Acrylic Paint

Artpainting Staff 09/11/2016 0
  Some people may see oil painting and acrylic painting are identical but there have some important differences. Oil paints have long lasting quality, more pigment in color, allowing richer and more vivid color. Acrylic paint is a fast-drying paint where in the paint pigment is suspended in an acrylic polymer emulsion. Acrylic paint is liquid soluble, it means the paint can be diluted and brushes cleaned with water.  The differences between oil painting and acrylic painting in solubility, acryli...
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Techniques in Oil Painting

Techniques in Oil Painting

Artpainting Staff 04/11/2016 0
 Oil painting is very popular because they dry slow and enable you to work with the paint for quite a while after applied it to canvas. This article have a few techniques in oil painting for beginner. For painting with heavy color, you must apply thick layers over thin layers. This is to make sure thin layers can dry quickly.For the layers, you are encourage to use slow drying colors on the top because when applying fast drying color on top, it will cause your painting crack.During each painting...
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Warm and Cool Color

Warm and Cool Color

Artpainting Staff 01/11/2016 0
  Warm and cool color is the basic knowledge in the art painting. Understanding color choices and implied perceptions can help you create a more effective design without unintended color miscues.   Warm Color  Warm color such as red, yellow and orange and as the name indicates, they make you think of sunlight and heat. Warm color are often used to paint the walls of living spaces in home and used to accents to pop out neutral shades. These colors are inviting, happy, cozy and can create an activ...
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Color Harmonies

Color Harmonies

Artpainting Staff 26/10/2016 0
 Bases on the wheel, there are a few basic rules to match colors and they are actually pretty simple. Before you start you painting, the harmonies color must be understand to make the art paint beautiful.   Complementary Colors   The complementary colors are any two colors which are directly opposite each other on the wheel. For example red and green, and blue and orange. Complementary colors are not suitable for text because it create high contrast. You can use complementary colors to stand out...
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Difference Between Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Color

Difference Between Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Color

Artpainting Staff 24/10/2016 0
 Before you start your painting, you should know the basic color to combine your paint color. Without the basic information, it will make your color combination not nice.   Primary Color Primary colors are color that cannot be formed by any combination color but if you mix any two primary colors, it will make other colors. There are three primary color which are red, yellow and blue.  If you mix three primary colors, it will produce black color. Red + Yellow + Blue = Black            Secondary C...
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Tips and Technique in Acrylics Painting

Tips and Technique in Acrylics Painting

Artpainting Staff 20/10/2016 0
  For acrylic painting, you must use acrylic brushes that are made from synthetic materials. They can hold the paint well and easy to clean and less expensive. Do not over thin acrylics with water with more than about 30 percent of water. It will cause the pigment that has not enough acrylic binder to create a stable paint film. You must keep your brush paint wet while painting to make sure the paint does not dry on the brush. You must avoid soak handle of brush in water to prevent the lacquer t...
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How To Care Your Paint Brush

How To Care Your Paint Brush

Artpainting Staff 19/10/2016 0
 Paint brush is the most valuable tools in art painting for the artist and some paint brush are very expensive. You must care your brush to make them last longer and stay functional throughout their lifespan. The purpose of this article is to guide you care for your paint brush.   1)  Clean paint brush immediately After you done using brush, you must clean brush as soon as possible to avoid damage to the bristles. You should avoid leaving your brushes head down in such a jar because the bristles...
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Type Of Artist Paint Brush

Type Of Artist Paint Brush

Artpainting Staff 18/10/2016 0
 The paint brush is the important thing must have before you start your painting. The final results of painting depend from your brushwork, so it is very important to use good quality brushes and top quality paint. The shapes and sizes of the brushes you choose depend mainly on how large you want to work. Below, are the name of paint brush part and list type of artist paint brush :    1.   Brush Part :                                                                                               ...
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List Of Oil Painting Materials For Beginner

List Of Oil Painting Materials For Beginner

Artpainting Staff 17/10/2016 0
 Oil painting is the process of combining of pigment, binder and thinner. Pigment is the color element suspended in drying oils as the binder. Binder act as holds the ground-up pigment to be applied to the canvas or other painting surface. Commonly used drying oils include walnut oil, seed oil and sunflower oil. The choice of oil impact of the oil paint such as the amount of yellowing or drying time.   1.Oil Paint The basic color of oil paint for beginner :titanium whitecadmium redcadmium yellow...
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