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Modern artists use a hybrid technique

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Modern artists use a hybrid technique

Postby Derexbrown » Wed Apr 26, 2017 3:15 am

1, in the bottom board gauze, do gypsum base.
2, with Tampa emulsion to reconcile the black to draw the basic relationship between light and dark.
3, with Dharma varnish and turpentine equal mix, and then tune on a little yellow ocher oil paint painted on the screen as a transparent background layer. To be thin, only to obtain a slightly oily base.
4, with Tanpera white and a small amount of black to further depict. After the painting is full, start with oil paint to reconcile the media agent (or triple oil) for layers of transparent cover dye.
5, the oil painting color multi-layer dyed, the screen color to determine the basic. And then use the Tempera white to highlight the light and detail (whitening).
6, repeated whitening and dyed until satisfied. Completed works to be placed for about a year and then glazing
Mixed techniques require strict procedures, rigorous production, it is not suitable for a more time-style painting style.
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Re: Modern artists use a hybrid technique

Postby CarlOwen » Sat Jun 03, 2017 10:44 am

Sorry, I do not understand the meaning of this post. Could you clarify the purpose of doing this technique and the when, where, why and under what conditions this technique could be done? It is confusing to me to understand without a context for the purpose of this technique.
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Re: Modern artists use a hybrid technique

Postby Pooch » Sat Jun 03, 2017 11:22 am

Derex seems to like to stop in in to make random tutorial posts or write something about art history. Whatever seems to be on his mind at the moment. Nothing wrong with that, of course. Don't think that there really is any meaning other than that. Although, why he posted it in "Be Gentle" I don't know.
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