Paint Brush Sets

October 23, 2008 by  
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How I can punish my aunt for her gift terrible?

My aunt gave me a set of brushes for Christmas. I never said I have every interest DIY or decorating it, and none (to my knowledge) never advised him to be. I try to find an appropriate punishment. Consider urine of ice for your gin and tonic.

Why are you so Veruca? Donate to do with the high military friction, someone who really wants and deserves you might have, and go to your room and think what you said.

Pastel - advice and equipment

First, are those cakes. They are made of pure pigment powder laced with a small amount of gum binder (cakes are low-quality chalk in original). Cakes come in many varieties (hard, soft, sticks, pencils, etc.) but are essentially the same: the final choice is largely a matter of personal preference.

What is probably more important is the type of paper using crayons. When the cake is prepared by a surface, the pigment is broken, and so that the surface deposits. Using the type of paper that sticks to the paper tabled cake, and not just on the surface. In other words, a document cake goodwill has a tooth, "or seize.

Dent and texture are not the same things. paper has a luxurious velvet soft, but not the tooth well. Art Spectrum documents Colourfix bit texture type, but a tooth fantastic - like very fine sandpaper. The choice of role is often to this type of paint you may have. In short, the document over to the full, pastel be more grip, which allows greater color intensity and mixing dyes. However, a sharp tooth may limit the ability to record fine details. The final choice is often a bit of a compromise, and down to experimentation, but the essential point - do not use paper for painting with pastels, using paper designed cake.

Cake of work requires a good amount of mixing and adjustment: some pastel techniques require the use of water, it is important the paper used is robust. My personal recommendation is to use the heavier weight of paper you can buy cake - which stand some abuse.

An account is the color of the paper. Pastel papers are available in a variety of tones and white, but is usually an available option, is rarely a good option. colored paper are preferable for a number of reasons. Unlike painting, pastel often allows part of the paper surface to show through. Choose a paper color that is conducive to the overall color of paint you want to do, and the background color will complement and unify the image subtly. The color of paper you choose also help establish a climate of the image. Finally, in the same way that painters usually seated a base color in a white cloth (as a first step in his paintings), choose a paper color has the same effect (which is on its way before you start collect).

Get the pie on the role requires techniques beyond the simple design on the surface. Once you have made a mark, which often has to do something something new - double stains, correct, delete or cleaning, etc. You can use your fingers, but a few simple tools to do the job much better.

Torchillons (strains or paper) are good to "correct" and "short-mix. What I mean by setting (in this context) pushes pastel on paper, it is less likely to smudge, and / or a cutting edge defined (for example, for detailed work). I mean short mix is the place where you want to mess with a small distance (for example, to mix two different colors along its borders).

Brush Freshwater is ideal for mixing (the graduation of color or tone). While a torchillon pushes the cake in the tooth of the paper, brush lifts and carries the pigment and therefore achieve a more gradual blending.

It is also possible to buy something called a sculptor of color "(Better described as a rubber brush style rather strong grip). Torchillons They work great (it's really pushing the cake in the tooth). They also act as a wet brush on wet, densely together and allow cake to flow like paint. But no longer do, or press too strong, and act as a gum (usually a job best left to an eraser).

Speaking of tires remove, you will need a these. It is not there to correct mistakes, but it is necessary to clean (because cake does not tend to stay where you said). The best type is a putty eraser. They are very soft and can be trapped in the points or thin edges to remove small spots or thin lines color image without damaging the paper.

What about sharpening pencils? The options are knives, sandpaper, pencil sharpeners. Opinions vary, but I use a pencil SharpNES good (if absolutely necessary) and accept that pastel last forever.

Pastel is a very dirty business. I often think of work as a painting in pastel dust. It is therefore preferable use the tools described above, rather than relying on the fingers. Dirty hands and you will inevitably make a mess.

You know what? It Still other devices are available to help deal with dust problems, but before entering it, I think it is necessary to explain the problem a little more dust. Whatever type of cake you use, what kind of role at work, or how to drive vehicles and mix the cake in the tooth, the truth is that some of them seized, and some of them sit on the surface of paper as dust. The problem is that the dust will move at any time and contaminate the surroundings. For example, the dark side of abuse white, gray, white, while whites floating in the dark and lighter.

A solution is a cake stand. These statements tilt, as the dust falls mainly on the ground. However, if you do not "pie (so to speak), it can not be response. I "do" flat, and waste paper used to cover the areas of my image I do not work (in the style of a surgeon). It is not infallible, but it helps a little. Some advocate blowing on the surface of paper in exchange for the dust (but be careful not spit by accident) or the use of compressed air (available in bombs) instead. Suddenly I carefully choose the best direction as the dust blows, This causes less damage to the delicate colors. I try to hit only when absolutely necessary: it eliminates the dust, but also spread.

The last bit of equipment you need is a fixative spray. Opinions are divided on the use of fasteners. The cake is probably the most stable media that exists. There is no oil to cause darkening or cracking. Pigments are much more stable than their counterparts in watercolor. The only weakness is the detachment of the pigment in the paper, but rough handling. Some say, give the image a good shake, and the frame under glass. My coach says he hates making cakes unfixed.

Without doubt, hair is boring, but a number of benefits. The first is .... static pie and dust off. The second is that it can be used in a painting is finished to renew the eloquence of a document. When you can not have more cake for bonding paper, spray with fixative and the problem is solved. Third, it allows control over what you do and do not want mess (For example, when overlapping colors). Do not use hairspray (except hair): use an object made fixative. Do not do it (in terms of frequency and quantity). Painting as long as you can before you put the work unfinished. Apply several layers of light rather than heavy. Re-work stresses the final of any paint, and do not correct them.

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