Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Vanina Martinez paintings, glazes and washes


Glazes and washes in painting

A glaze, if we talk about oil or a watered-down, if we speak of acrylic or other water-based paint is but a transparency. They are very light application load in terms of painting that achieve a movement and certain effects that can not be achieved with direct loading of paintIf you work with oil, these can be done with turpentine oil with turpentine.If we work with water based paints will use water, some varnish to water, be it matte, semi-matte or glossy, water FixerAlso, once the glaze dried, dry pigments can be interspersed applied with a brush or rag. Then will have been fixed.


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