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10 fast facts about watercolor paint

2019-04-24 Arts No comment

1. It is made of pigments which are ground together and held together with an adhesive, which is of course water soluble. The pigments used in the watercolor pigments may be natural or synthetic.

It is much lighter than when it is used. In other words, the color applied to the canvas is different from the color after the paint is dried. The final dry color is about twice as light as the original color applied to the canvas.

3. It is very safe and almost non-toxic. However, for the sake of safety, you should still avoid taking it in your hand.

It has been used for thousands of years – cave paintings in the Paleolithic Europe were done in watercolor. It was widely welcomed during the Renaissance, and when it was appreciated it was a proper art medium.

It can be transparent or opaque. Transparent watercolor lets light enter the canvas and reflect it back to create a glowing effect. On the other hand, opaque watercolors do not let light enter the same light, but instead reflect it from the paint, creating a dull and weathering effect.

It has a tube or a pan. With the pipe, you just need to spray the paint out and start from there. The pan is basically a square piece of paint placed in a plastic or metal box. In general, tube coatings are easier to mix; they are also cheaper and more suitable for making large detergents. Most artists prefer to use tube coatings.

7. The escape watercolor will soon disappear. Most watercolors are now non-escaped, which means that the colors don't fade and therefore last a long time.

8. The same color from different manufacturers may look different. If you want to use a specific color, be sure to purchase your painting from a single manufacturer to get a consistent color.

Because it is water based, watercolor pigments can be very difficult to predict. When painting with watercolors, you must learn how to control the paint. Of course, you can let paint do your own thing and incorporate it into your paintings.

10. Dyeing is how easy it is to remove the watercolor pigment from the stent after application or complete drying. Dyed paints are paints that are difficult to remove, while paints that are less dyed are easily wetted and lifted. The production of the coating and the production of the carrier will affect the dyeing of the coating.

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