Paints of the artist: what are they? Automatic translate
Consider the types of commonly used paints:
- watercolor - appeared with the invention of paper (China), became popular, good for miniatures, portraits. Their bright, soft (even transparent) color is highly appreciated, the composition of the paints is natural: gum arabic (binder), bovine bile (uniformity), phenol (antiseptic that protects against mold), glycerin (from drying out);
- acrylic - do not fade, are “fresh” in the sun, are laid evenly, forming a relief structure, are universal, simple, dry quickly, are bright, lightfast, do not crack, do not “frown”, do not exfoliate;
- alkyd - economical, quick-drying, bright, super-grated, with pigments, with stabilizers, with wetting ability (high proportion of coloring pigments in the layer), compatible. They can be painted on glass, paper, metal, porcelain, wood;
- stained glass - for glass (tiles, dishes, etc.) - especially durable, transparent, light-resistant (based on PVA for adhesion), fired;
- gouache - comfortable, dark and light colors are overlapping as you like;
- pastel - contains fine-ground ingredients, does not require brushing.
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Quality is dictated by the artist
Watercolor drawing transparent, airy watercolor paints. There is also a new type - pearlescent paints based on pearlescent pigments, which, after drying, turn into an even layer. There is also iridescent acrylic, capable of changing colors, shimmering in the light. These paint colors include a binder, pigments and water. They perfectly fit on paper, canvas, fabric, cardboard, glass and other surfaces. They are applied both with a brush and with a spatula or airbrush.