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BrushExperience

Principle to choose a good brush

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The artists usually choose the brush according to the material and intention shown. Oil paint brushes include hard brushes to remove large patches of dead color, and soft bristles to mix patches, streaks, trimming details, erase streaks, etc. Good quality pens must meet some of the following general standards: The first criterion is the “Beautiful” […]

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Foundations

Method to handle canvas background

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The traditional method still treats the canvas surface with rabbit skin glue to prevent linolenic acid, accounting for 60% of the fatty acids in linseed oil, permeating the fabric. The background is then covered with gesso. But the gesso base applied to wooden planks – which are hard and brittle when dry – is no […]

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Coloring ChemicalsThe Fine Art

Learning about the basically color (part 2)

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Ultramarine is the most complex mineral pigment, containing sulfur and natrium silicate Na8-10Al6Si6O24S2-4, once considered the most beautiful blue since ancient times, which was made from lapis lazuli – an expensive gemstone, There are many in Badakhshan (Afghanistan). In the past, lapis lazuli stone was exported to Egypt and Europe through Venice to make jewelry […]

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Coloring ChemicalsThe Fine Art

Learning about the basically color (part 1)

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The highest quality colors are usually mono pigments that are ground from a pigment. Monochromatic colors are actually the primary colors in painting because there is no way to create a monochromatic color from other pigments. Some colors can only be produced by mixing several pigments together, so we will have some basic colors as […]

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What is canvas background?

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The inconvenience of hard materials (wood, metal) is that it is very difficult to make large sized paintings that do not warp, but are gentle when transported. So in the 15th and 16th centuries, painters turned to cloth instead of wooden planks to paint large orders. At that time Venice was the best known canvas-producing […]

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