Test Oil Paint

February 13, 2007 by  
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Help with Oil Painting?

I bought the paint today, but I really do not know if I need an atmosphere of "here's what I have (As paints) * Grumbacher (Mark) Oil Academy, the color is Black, has this #: T11511 also Grumbacher * "''max, which is red, I do not know if it helps, but I'm painting half need or something else? I do not do much, is a 11x14 canvas. I just wanted to try the oil, because I've never used. Thanks

Wanting to make sure that if your canvas gesso not already done so. You really do not need to use half, but not going to paint on the land easier. Galkyd great work to thin oil paints, and does so without problems. Any art store that carries oil to prevail. I can use the slow drying rate, as it keeps things dry faster than I want. In addition, odorless mineral spirits works great for cleaning brushes, just make sure you do not wash down the drain. Good luck! Hope this helps a little!

How to nail oil painting

The varnish is more than just a coating to protect your oil painting of light ultraviolet, atmospheric pollution and abrasion. Also highlight the brilliance of colors, making them glow. Varnish Damar resin is dissolved in a mixture of turpentine and other organic solvents. Note that oil paint dries from the outside in drying, forms a first surface of the skin. During the drying process in the form of small pores on the surface of the skin. The surface of the paint may feel dry, but under the skin, the paint is still wet, no matter how thin is the layer. It takes at least 6 months of drying time of paint film dry enough oil Dry not to be re-dissolved by solvents such as turpentine sweet. When a varnish applied to an oil painting on canvas art reproduction six months before the time of drying, the coating fills the pores of the layer of oil paint, varnish solvent content may partially re-dissolve oil painting dry in the bottom of the fabric and do all sorts of problems - such as wrinkles in the film of oil painting, cracking, yellowing of colors.

• Clean the paint that is free of dust and dirt. Place flat oil paint, then wet the surface with a cotton swab with water own.

• Oil painting dry with another piece of cotton wool. With fingers, gently remove the cotton fibers were captured Oil Painting.

• Let your paint dry for several hours.

• Choose bright, satin or matt. Varnish can be brushed or sprayed. Use a bristle brush, flat brush for applying varnish. If you do not want your oil painting on canvas to be too bright, use a matte rather than shiny one.

• With the painting flat, work from top to bottom, apply the varnish with a touch of parallel lines of oil paint to another. Always work in the same direction. Try to have the same amount paint on the brush for each stroke to put the same amount of polish in all parts of the oil painting. Always paint the oil painting on canvas at once.

• When the first coat of varnish is dry, apply a second coat perpendicular to the first. This will give a good finish, even.

• Allow the paint mate at least 10 minutes after you finish lacquer varnish to stop the execution painting in oil. So I lean against a wall to dry the inside of the face.

• To test if the varnish is dry or not, touch the edge of the oil painting to see if it is still sticky. It should dry within a day or two, depending on the weather.

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