Painting with acrylics, oils and watercolors
Do you want to paint as a hobby? Do you know what object you would like to paint? The article that will be painted dictates the type of paint you will use. Will you choose oils or acrylics?
I paint portraits with acrylic paintings because oils would tax my budget and there is no interest in watercolors at this time. RocÃo my finished portraits with a matte varnish for a smooth and brightness effect. The satin varnish leaves a moderate brightness and the brightness shines intensely.
I want to paint three planters of a different color. The pots are plastic and will require cleaning to improve the quality of the adhesive. I bought a special acrylic paint designed for this project.
Acrylics can be applied to paper and cardboard, plastics, glass products, wood and wood, fabrics and metal. Nevertheless; Some surfaces may require cleaning or other special preparations, such as a barley agent, before covering with these paintings.
Sprinkle or brush an enamel of polymer in the paint finished to seal and protect the surface of the dust, dirt and other unwanted damages, fading and chipped. The varnishes are manufactured as satin, mate and brightness.
Artisanal people who use acrylics in their reserve and waste reserve projects can use a white craft and water glue solution to paste, seal or sack their porous projects.
Water -based acrylic paintings allow control over their pigmentary consistency. Apply as many layers as necessary to achieve the intensity and texture of color.
Both oils and acrylics use the same techniques. One of the main differences is that acrylics dry quickly and oils are slowly dried. Acrylics are based on water, easy to clean with soap and water, and not allergic. Oil paints are based on oil, clean with mineral liquors, treem or acetone. Many of today’s oil paintings are smell free and not allergic, but cleaners can pose problems with skin and breathing sensibilities.
Both paintings are pleasant on many different surfaces. Oil can be used in art, paper, wood and metals. However, primers must be applied before the paint application.
Oil paintings have existed for hundreds of years and have proven to have a long life. Acrylics entered popular use in the 1960s and their longevity has not yet been determined.
The watercolors have a different appearance than oil or acrylic paintings. Painting techniques are different from oils or acrylics. Artists like to apply their abilities to paint portraits, landscapes and dead nature with this medium.
These paintings are limited to watercolor’s role. The paper is heavier and stronger, since they are composed of cotton, linen and plant fibers. It does not pee or tear and absorb water.
Acrylics reduced to the consistency of watercolor can be applied on watercolor paper. Color and graphite, ink and watercolor pencils can also be used. Both sides of the paper are usable unless the manufacturer advises otherwise.
However, these paintings are not toxic and do not contain caustic solvents; Their pigments contain heavy metals that will contaminate the soil and river routes. Verify the requirements of your status for proper elimination of unused paint and water.
The object, the planned use and the finishing results determine the use of oils, acrylics or watercolor paints. Use each type of paint as it is or mix and combine to obtain creative results.