Showing posts with label Few Tips For The Artist. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Few Tips For The Artist. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Pastels-And-Fixative-Debating

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Pastels-And-Fixative-Debating

By Carmi Weingrod
http://tips-trick-idea-forbeginnerspainters.blogspot.com/2015/06/pastels-and-fixative-debating.htmlPastelists have been debating about fixatives since the eighteenth century. Now, after more than two hundred years of dialogue, the questions are still unresolved. Ask any group of pastelists about the topic and you’re likely to hear a volley of responses.
Some use fixative sparingly in the painting process to obtain certain color effects, some use it as a protective finish on completed paintings and others never use it at all. At least there’s agreement on one thing Pastel is a structurally fragile medium susceptible to mechanical injury and that makes paintings created with it difficult to store, frame and transport. Although a final coat of fixative appears to keep some pastel particles intact, it also obliterates the unique color and textural qualities that distinguish pastel from other painting mediums.
Unfortunately, the fixative dialogue delivers no clear cut answers, leaving the ultimate decision up to each pastel artist. Although I can’t you when to use fixative or how much to use or whether to use it at all, I can provide information to help you make the most educated decision possible about using fixatives in your own work, either in the painting process or as a protective coating for the completed work.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Oil Pastel Art - For Painting Tips

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What Are Pastel?

http://tips-trick-idea-forbeginnerspainters.blogspot.com/2015/01/oil-pastel-art-for-painting-tips.htmlPastels are powdered colours mixed with water and chalk or oil and chalk, and made into sticks. Some manufacturers put in a binder to stop the pastels crumbling; the softer the pastel, the less binding is used. Water-based pastels are more often used than oil pastels.

What Materials Are Needed?
A Selection of Pastels Pastels are sold in boxes, with a compartment for each pastel, and to stop the sticks rattling about they are protected by a layer of cotton wool or tissue. There are at least 200 distinct tints, and boxes usually contain 12, 24, 36, 72 or 144 pastels, plus specialized selections for landscape and portrait work. Pastels are also sold singly and where expensive ingredients are used, prices of some individual sticks are higher than others.
There are hard pastels and soft pastels; the soft pastels are usually cylindrical .icon section, the hard ones square or encased in wood (the extremely useful pastel pencils which can double as coloured pencils). Hard pastels, the most famous of which is Conte crayon, are chalk based. Because of their hardness they are mostly used for preliminary work and detail, and are often used at an early stage in the picture as it is sometimes difficult to apply hard on top of soft pastel if used loosely, though not if rubbed in with the finger tip. Soft pastel, far more frequently used, goes well on hard pastel.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

What Are Acrylic Painting - For Painting Tips

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What Are Acrylic For Art Painting

http://tips-trick-idea-forbeginnerspainters.blogspot.com/2015/01/what-are-acrylic-painting-for-painting.htmlAcrylics are the only new paint to have come onto the market for centuries. Introduced in about 1962, they are as versatile as it is possible to imagine. They can be used thickly like oil paints, or in transparent washes like watercolours. They can be applied to almost any surface whether it be paper, panel, cardboard or canvas. Their main attribute is that they dry yes quickly and are ideal for those who work at top speed and like to see a finished picture in half an hour. They dry too quickly for some, but the drying speed can be slowed down with a retarder, and there are all Kinds of additives such as mediums and texture pastes to suit every taste, though normally water is used as the painting agent. 
Van Gogh would have loved acrylics. Some established painters are suspicious of them despite the many claims (justified) made for them.
Acrylic can being very quick drying. there is a temptation to regard a quick flashy picture as a good picture; it is almost impossible to avoid making a picture by putting on colour at speed. acrylic can be mixed with other mediums to create something wholly new, and acrylic is virtually permanent. Unlike oil paints, where asterisks on the tube denote the degree of permanence, you can be pretty sure that acrylics last.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

6 Easy Step To Draw a Horse in Painting Tips

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1. Lightly sketch a rectangle 
with "run-over" lines.


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2. About midway in the front find the shoulder point (a). Topping the two verticals will be the withers (b) and the apex of the hips (c).
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3. Add the breast line (a), the belly line (b) and the buttocks line (c).

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4. Sketch the neck and head (a-e). In many horses the neck is not too much longer than the head (see upper right diagram).
Establish me elbow (f) and stifle or patella (g).

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5. sketch two sweep lines (front A and back A).
The back one should angle out more than the one in front and should be more curved. Add two fetlock knobs (a). 
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6. Add a few finishing touches, keeping the final concept simple. Try several drawings until they look right.                                                                





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Now, start developing the legs A through D. Notice the hoof (c) is, in each case, in front of the sweep line (step C). 
In D-front fish knee (d), and in D-back find the hock (d). Also, connect the fetlock with the hoof by two short parallel lines (e).
This approach to drawing a horse's foot will save infinite trouble later on. 
Study the enlargement E and F.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Resolving a Painting

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It is nearly impossible for artist to see their own work objectively, but there are ways of making judgments that help resolve problems

Almost a moment you begin painting, you lose your objectivity and never really see your canvas clearly again – at least not until long after it has been completed. Even obvious mistakes in drawing, immediately apparent in someone else’s painting, are difficult to see in your own.

Seeing a Painting More Clearly.

There are several ways of overcoming this problem during the long and often frustrating period of resolving a painting. A mirror is extremely helpful. Try this In your studio, have two large mirrors, one that is stationary and one on an easel, with caster, which may be easily moved. also have a small hand mirror that you can use constantly. By loooking at the reversed image in the mirror, You can study your composition for balance, Mistakes in drawing, value or colour become magnified. Because the image in the mirror is double the distance from the easel to the mirror, without actually moving you can see the painting from far away. The image is reversed, and this also give you a fresh look at your painting.
Distancing yourself physically from a painting or turning it to the wall between sittings also help you to see it with fresh eye. Working on more than one painting at a time is helpful – moving from one painting to another, you get ideas. Turning the canvas on its side or upside down help you to see the shapes and relationships more clearly. Problems in drawing and composition are there more easely seen.


Wether or not you have a model, Take breaks frequently. This allows you to come back to the painting somewhat refreshed. Staying on top of a painting can be badly. The time you spend stepping back from a painting and studying it is very valuable. By squinting you can see the subject more simply, in term of overall pattern. By squinting and looking first at the subject and then at your painting, back and forth several times, that wich is not happening in the painting more clear.

Painting Lessons for Beginners: Should I Start Here?

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   by Maurice Lewis

in Art / Painting    (submitted 2012-07-08)

Did you know that painting lessons for beginners are now available online? Yes, this is a fact. Through this, people from all over the world can now enjoy free lessons from the best artists.
Everything is a work of art. When you look around you, you get to see different styles, shapes and sizes of artworks. Each of these items represents different feelings and emotions. Each of these paintings conveys a particular meaning. Probably, the world of Art has been around our planet since the first person was born. What I'm trying to say is, it really has been in our land for thousand or millions of years.
This is the most primitive culture and people should learn that they can accomplish a lot if they appreciate art. These days, a number of people are already engrossed with the art of Oil painting. This started when different ways have been provided to instill into their hearts the magic of creating paintings. Now, there are varied courses for those who want to learn the basics and fundamentals regarding painting, particularly oil painting. Painting Lessons for beginners have been developed to assist students, young - late adults in pursuing their childhood dreams of becoming artists.
You can actually for schools that offer these courses. Short-term courses are also making its way because of the limited available time of most people. During summer vacations or during vacation leaves, these people enroll themselves in painting lessons for beginners to let their time pass. Others, who are really passionate with learning the art of painting wants to pursue and continue the course but due to lack of time and money, the opportunity passes them. With this, online courses of Painting lessons for beginners have been established to cater to the needs of these groups.
At any time of the day, at any day of the month, they can learn lessons from the best. Sounds incredible right? Also, the instructions provided are also in step-by-step process. They are made simple so that all of the viewers and students can easily grasp the needed information.

The advent of technology is indeed a powerful aid. Whatever the case is, people can benefit from the devices produced by the modern world. This is a proof that old and new cultures or traditions can co-exist with harmony and can work hand in hand. So, the next time you are asked on painting lessons for beginners, I'm sure you'll know what to answer.


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Fundamental Recommendations to Discovering How to Master Oil Painting Quickly

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  by Ladawn Gomez

in Hobbies    (submitted 2011-08-15)

Innovative creativity isn't really necessarily a feature that anybody is born with, and may really be acquired and above all perfected. In opting to take up art painting and also learn about oil painting techniques, you have already employed the initial step in achieving this unique latent creativity.
Just like any activity or past time, it truly is dependant on whether you are enthusiastic about your subject or endeavor. Coupled with this sort of readiness and aim would be the decision to commit your surplus energy into learning as well as building the abilities which are important for your art painting expertise.
Ponder for one moment in regard to the successful sportsman or golf player; the amount of time that they dedicated to their enthusiasm by means of rehearsing, exercising and improving their skills is what establishes them different from the average competition. Likewise in painting, you would put into practice all these techniques that may benefit your pursuits in creating your capabilities.
It's possible you'll possess a few other responsibilities and work, and for that reason find it hard to commit you to ultimately achieving your competencies in a regular routine. In that event, you must develop a step by step course on top of goals for your self to obtain these painting objectives.
That virtue of perseverance also needs to be integrated, as a lot of the oil painting proficiencies you are going to learn take a whole lot of practice to perfect. While you develop your capabilities, you will notice the steps relating to advancement. This system of dedication, willpower as well as fortitude will all lead to a much more self-assured and expert artist within you.
It's actually important to take the time to obtain the foundation involving painting techniques and also similar concerns starting from the very first steps - because this will facilitate you to start out at a robust foundation and progress beyond that. Even if you could be enticed to attempt sophisticated images, or portraits, doing this may possibly be a catalyst for you being disappointed when you are not really primed yet.
The overall painting expertise learning process has to be seen as the 'study how to walk before you run' adage. It is this perspective that would facilitate a solid groundwork for one to improve on.

Summing up, beginning with a very rudimentary subject matter and approach. Learn as much painting skills coupled with related material as you can, while trying to learn the strategies as well as procedures practiced in this particular awesome activity. In time to come, you will certainly notice that enjoying a past time in art can assist you to live a content life and improve your creativity heights.


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