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Introduction to Oil Painting 101

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Many people are familiar to oil paintings but the knowledge they know about oil painting is not that wide.


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Oil Paint are made from pigments and linseed oil. They even use different kinds of oil like sunflower oil and many more.


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Traditionally the artist sketches whatever he or she plans to paint onto the canvas with charcoal or some paint that has been thinned. Or whatever paint the painter wants to use.


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The best way to apply the paint is in layers with each one being oilier than the one below so that the paint will dry properly.

You can use palette knife, rag of paint from the tube for the moving paint effect.

Oil paintings is ready to varnished after 9months to one year.

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Certain steps that remain pretty consistent: being oilier than the one below so that the paint will dry properly.

* Preparation of the surface (usually canvas)

* Outline sketching of the subject prior to applying paint

* Mixing the paints for the project

* Application of paint

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http://www.paintingsgalore.com being oilier than the one below so that the paint will dry properly.

Some artist prefer the surface of his painting is varnished-free as long as possible.


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For more details about oil paintings or you want to buy paintings online. Check our website: http://www.paintingsgalore.com

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