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Painting Pictures

Written By: - Apr• 10•17

One of the reasons that stands out most to choose paint paintings oil is ductility. This type of painting allows us to make corrections even after having them painted without altering the final work. This feature must be that the oil paintings take longer time regulated pass dry completely, this feature is called oiliness. It is estimated that the oil paintings need several months to dry to observe the final result. If you’ve decided to learn to paint, these are the materials that you need for your future projects: oils, canvases, brushes flat and round, easel, turpentine, rags, spatulas, palette and a varnish spray. To get more tenuous or opaque colors, oil can be diluted with turpentine or paint thinner. This is a very important step to work with different hues. Natural drying of the pictures is the most recommended, but if you need to speed up the process for some reason, many people use the blotter on cobalt.

This product should be used in low quantities. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Tony Parker has to say. The thickness of the layers drying time must be determined. The surface to paint with oil can vary according to the preferences of the painter, the canvas is the material most commonly used throughout the world. In regards to the brushes, these also vary according to the type of bristle and brush size. Not all strokes can be made with a single type of brush.

For all those who are newly initiated into this fascinating art are encouraged to perform a sketch of what you intend to paint then pass it to the canvas. The most experienced can be painted face on the canvas without any problem. As a final step, and in order to protect pictures of external factors is recommended the application of varnish when all layers are dry.

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