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Painting 101. Basic painting terms. Painting – process of applying color to a surface using tools such as a brush, painting knife, roller, or even fingers . Basic painting terms. Surface – material to which paint is applied Canvas Paper Wood. Three Basic ingredients of paint.

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basic painting terms
Basic painting terms
  • Painting – process of applying color to a surface using tools such as a brush, painting knife, roller, or even fingers.
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Basic painting terms
  • Surface – material to which paint is applied
    • Canvas
    • Paper
    • Wood
three basic ingredients of paint
Three Basic ingredients of paint

1. Pigments– finely ground colored

powders

  • Natural Pigments – indigo, a vegetable or the cochineal beetle, an insect
  • Synthetic Pigments – artificially made from chemicals
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Natural Pigments

Synthetic Pigments

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Three Basic ingredients of paint
  • Binder– material that holds together the grains of pigment
        • The binder allows the pigment to stick to the painting surface
        • Egg yolks mixed with water have long been used as a strong binder for artists tempera paint
        • Other binders are linseed oil and wax
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Binder Containers

Formula for Creating Paint

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Three Basic ingredients of paint
  • Solvent– liquid that controls the

thickness or thinness of the paint

      • Achieve different effects depending on the thickness or thinness of the paint
      • Thinned down watercolor paint gives off a washed out appearance
      • Thick watercolor paint gives off an intense appearance
      • Solvents can also be used to clean paintbrushes and other applications
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Solvents

Dangers of Solvents

different painting media
Different Painting media
  • Oil-based Paint – first used in 1400’s, it remains popular to this day. Oil paint uses linseed oil as its binder and turpentine as it’s solvent
      • One advantage of oil paint is that it dries slowly, which allows the artist to blend colors right on the canvas
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Durer

Four Apostles

1526

Oil on wood panel

Each panel: 7’1/2” x 2’6”

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Georges de La Tour

Magdalen with the Smoking Flame

1640

Oil on Canvas

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Velazquez

Pope Innocent X

1650

Oil on Canvas

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Vincent van Gogh

The Starry Night

1889

Oil on Canvas

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Different painting media
  • Water-Soluble Paint – watercolor paint is the most popular water-soluble paint. Its solvent is water and its binder is gum arabic.
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Durer

Hare sketch

1502

watercolor

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Mim McConnell

Salt Chuck

2003

Watercolor

$430 for unframed original, 8”x12”

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Jim Dine

Watercolor Study

This would sell for

anywhere between

$40 and $60k…

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Different painting media

Different painting media

  • Gouache is similar to water color but has been modified (has larger particles) to be more opaque. Its binding agent is usually gum arabic. You can add egg yolk to gouache in order to create a tempera like look…or just use tempera…it’s cheaper. Lighter tones tend to dry darker and darker tones lighter.
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Robert PEAK, 1977

President Jimmy Carter, Illustration

Gouache Painting

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Siege of Yorktown (1781)

1784

Louis-Nicholas van Blarenberghe

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Different painting media
  • Tempera is another; it dries much quicker than oil based paints and has a more opaque finish than water color
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Madonna and Child

Duccio

Tempera and gold on wood

1284

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Different painting media
  • Acrylic paint, which appeared in the 1950’s, uses an acrylic polymer as its binder while its solvent is also water. However, once acrylic paint dries, it cannot be dissolved.
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Sarah Dees

Guarn Gardens 3

Acrylic on canvas

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A former student of Mr. Hines

Sometime in the recent past

Acrylic on canvas

painting apps for ipad
Painting apps for ipad

Paper by

Layers

Draft

Brushes

Sketchbook

filter apps for ipad
Filter apps for ipad

Aquarella HD

PhotoArtista Oil

MokuHanga HD

Popsicolor

AutoPainter HD

Glaze