Curriculum Vitae

The best way to get images of your artwork is in line with a digital camera. Unfortunately, a camera and give low
the impression of low-end art. Try to think of art as a customer, if you want to buy original painting for sale, you spend money
on a piece that you could not even see properly? A good camera should be at least eight megapixels, and should be easy for you to
to use.
"He always mixed his colors on the canvas. He was very careful to keep a print
Table of openness throughout the various phases of work. "
The composition of the palette of Renoir is known to us. His son states:
"Renoir himself describes the composition of its range in the following note, which
time course of Dürer in Impressionist period:
Silver white, chrome yellow, Naples yellow, ocher, sienna, vermilion, madder
red, emerald green, emerald green, cobalt blue, ultramarine blue. Palette knife, scraper, oil,
turpentine - everything needed for painting. The yellow ocher, Naples yellow and sienna tones are only intermediaries,
and can be omitted since their equivalents can be made with other colors. Sable brushes, bristle brushes flat.
It should be noted that the black color of the Queen "," as he was to proclaim after "
6. Describe all your forms in bright colors blurred smear, giving halo effects.
7. Place bright colors in a scene neutral.
8. Pick up the color top with the handle of a brush to reveal sub-layer.
9. Scrape the paint dry or wet with a tool to create a texture. Try using a hand tool with an unpredictable dog oil paintings.
10. Post in a middle region that has already been painted, but is still wet, and see what the medium does.
The proportion of oil (average) should be increased for each successive layer in an oil painting - known as fat paint '
lean on "- because the lower layers absorb oil from the layers above them. If the upper layers dry faster than the
the bottom ones, they can crack shop paintings.
Original prints are works from a matrix, which is usually a single metal plate, stone block, wood block or a screen that
is handmade by the artist. Each print is made by the artist or the craftsman and the matrix is ​​then destroyed. The impressions
are traditionally signed and numbered in pencil by the artist and usually called "limited edition".