Matériel d'art

Créer des peintures à l'huile sur papier: Peter Fiore teste le papier à l'huile d'Arches

Taking my first look at 140-lb. Arches oil paper, described as needing no preparation or ground for painting oil paintings on paper, I considered all the possible ways I could work with it. At first I thought of tinting the paper both transparently and opaquely with watercolor, gouache, acrylic—and oil. Then it occurred to me …

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Montage de peintures à l'huile sur du papier sur une planche

Once you’ve created a masterpiece with oil paint on paper, you’ll want to mount it for framing. Although works on paper are often mounted on a backing board with T-hinges, I prefer to mount my oil paintings on paper onto a hard backboard. This essentially turns the piece into a painting on panel, which I …

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Essai routier: Avis d'Ursula Roma sur des acryliques à haut débit de Golden Artist Colours

This column appeared in The Artist’s Magazine, March 2014. If you enjoyed reading it, please use the link here to subscribe! High Flow Acrylics by Ursula Roma A professional illustrator and fine artist tries Golden Artist Colors High Flow Acrylics on a brush, in a pen or a marker, or straight from the bottle. When …

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Chris Saper teste le médium de gel sans solvant Gamblin | Essai sur route (avril)

Gel Medium Goes Green An artist tries Gamblin Solvent-Free Gel Medium in the studio and en plein air.By Chris Saper This article is from The Artist’s Magazine (April 2014). If you enjoy it, subscribe for 10 full issues, or purchase the whole April issue for more instruction. As a commission portrait painter, there are two …

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Brian Burt teste la série Richeson Oils-Shiva | Essai sur route (mai)

The Scoop on Shiva Jack Richeson & Co. brings back Ramon Shiva’s original formula from the 1920s, and an artist tries Richeson Oils–Shiva Series on Richeson Gessoed Hardboard. by Brian Burt This article is from The Artist’s Magazine (May 2014). Subscribe, for 10 full issues of instruction per year, or read the entire issue for …

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Kolinsky Sable Brush Disponibilité

The kolinsky weasel, from whose fur kolinsky sable brushes are made, is a midsized creature found in plentiful numbers in China and Russia. But the tale I’m about to tell begins in India—with mongooses and snakes. It’s a tale that explains why kolinsky sable brushes had been—and may again become—difficult to obtain in the United …

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Cheng-Khee Chee explique les papiers d'art asiatiques

 This article by Cheng-Khee Chee first appeared in the April 2014 Ask the Experts column of The Artist’s Magazine. Q: I’m confused by the different types of Asian art papers, such as masa, kozo and mulberry, not to mention those with more exotic-sounding names like “kinwashi.” Can you help me sort out the different types?  Cheng-Khee Chee’s …

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Évaluation de la résistance à la lumière et de la résistance à la lumière

This Ask the Experts Q&A by Bradley Lance Moore first appeared in the May 2013 issue of The” artist magazine>. Q. Please explain lightfast paint. To what degree are finished works in the various media (oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel and so forth) affected by direct or indirect sunlight? Why does protective glass seem to be recommended more for some media than …

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Comment choisir le meilleur cadre pour présenter et protéger vos œuvres

The primary purpose of a frame on an oil or acrylic painting is to focus your attention on the work of art—to create a unified whole that stands alone, separate, and invites undisturbed contemplation. The primary purpose of a frame on a work on paper is to provide structure for the protection and presentation of …

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Glacer dans les huiles: une démonstration de fleur

Growing & Pruning & Glazing Garden of Joy: Eleven Steps and Several Diversions Jane Jones writes out a step-by-step demonstration of how to paint her stunning, large-scale work, Garden of Joy (scroll to the bottom to see the completed piece.) In these 11 steps, she demonstrates glazing in oils, using Photoshop, editing composition and much more! …

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Guide du papier d'art, de la toile et des panneaux: trouvez le support adapté à votre travail

We often hear that when it comes to making art, it’s important to experiment. While I wholeheartedly agree with this, I’ve found from personal experience that it’s much more satisfying and productive to experiment with guidance. I love to play around with different markers, pens, and paints, for example, but it’s so much more helpful …

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Tableau de mélange des couleurs de Birgit O’Connor

Today’s art tip comes from watercolor artist Birgit O’Connor, one of our popular artistmagazine.tv instructors. The following article about using a color mixing chart has great information about the why and how, including a free, downloadable template. Start here, then browse free previews of Birgit’s art video workshops at artistmagazine.tv, where you’ll find more than …

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Faire un collage: quelle est la meilleure colle?

To make a collage that will last for years, you need to use a glue that’s up to the job. Collage artist Jonathan Talbot gives his recommendations and tips. This article originally appeared in the March 2011 issue of The Artist’s Magazine and scroll down to learn how to make your own collage paper–combine these two …

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Peintures à l'huile – sont-elles sûres?

This article on oil paints is by Michael Skalka, chair of the subcommittee on artist’s materials for ASTM International. It first appeared as the Ask the Experts column in the November 2009 issue of The” artist magazine>. Q. I’ve heard people say that painting with traditional and water-soluble oils poses health hazards for the painter. …

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Conseils pour l’encadrement des photos: Quel est le bon matériel pour votre cadre?

Framing tips on hardware may not seem exciting, but understanding the function and limitations of various types of screws, hangers, and wires will ensure that your framed drawings and paintings are properly supported when displayed. Take a little time to tackle the terminology and technicalities. Your art deserves nothing less. Framing Tips: The Skinny on …

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Techniques de peinture au couteau

How to Use a Painting Knife If you’ve ever spread frosting on a cake, you have an idea of the textural possibilities when using a painting knife to create an oil painting. Different from painting with a brush, this process can help you achieve a variety of effects, from the sweeping strokes associated with impasto …

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Ne tuez pas MS Paint | Un plaidoyer d'un artiste

5 Reasons Why We Should Give MS Paint a Chance While the rest of us were doodling around in Microsoft Paint after school in the 90s, one artist made a full-blown career out of it. Yes, you read that right.   Poolside Views, drawn from MS Paint, by Miranda Lorikeet   “It feels like losing an old friend.” …

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8 outils simples pour démarrer votre projet de céramique

Ceramics Studio Tour 101 Are you eager to stroll down a different artistic avenue? Want to explore a new medium that is incredibly tactile? Why not try your hand(s) at the ceramics wheel? Dating back as far as 24,000 BC, the art of ceramics has a long and winding history. But the way in which …

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Principes de base de la peinture à l'huile: Pinceaux 101

Hey beginners, don’t be intimidated by oil painting — especially when you have the fundamentals right here for you! Here we talk about one of the cornerstones of oil painting: brushes. What kinds there are, how to use them and how to take care of them. Jump into this overview of some of the basic know-how …

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Peindre avec les verts | Combinaison de 4 couleurs pour le vert parfait

DIY Fields of Greens with Helen Oh You can make a wide range of greens with just a few pigments. In fact, the fewer colors mixed, the better. Why? The more colors mixed together, the muddier the result. Here we’ll look at a few different color combinations that will get you that perfect green. And …

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Principes de base de la peinture à l'huile: Brosses 101

Hey beginners, don’t be intimidated by oil painting — especially when you have the fundamentals right here for you! Here we talk about one of the cornerstones of oil painting: brushes. What kinds there are, how to use them and how to take care of them. Jump into this overview of some of the basic know-how …

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Évaluation de résistance à la lumière et de résistance à la lumière

This Ask the Experts Q&A by Bradley Lance Moore first appeared in the May 2013 issue of The” artist magazine>. Q. Please explain lightfast paint. To what degree are finished works in the various media (oil, watercolor, acrylic, pastel and so forth) affected by direct or indirect sunlight? Why does protective glass seem to be recommended more for some media than …

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Chris Saper teste le gel moyen sans solvant Gamblin | Essai sur route (avril)

Le gel moyen passe au vert Un artiste essaie le médium Gamblin sans solvant en studio et en plein air. Par Chris Saper Cet article est tiré du magazine de l’artiste (avril 2014). Si vous l’aimez, abonnez – vous à 10 numéros complets ou achetez le numéro complet d’avril pour plus d’instructions. En tant que …

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Les bases de la peinture à l'huile: Pinceaux

Salut les débutants, ne soyez pas intimidé par la peinture à l’huile – surtout quand vous avez les principes fondamentaux ici pour vous! Nous parlons ici de l’un des fondements de la peinture à l’huile: les pinceaux. Quels types existent-ils, comment les utiliser et comment s’en occuper. Entrez dans cet aperçu du savoir-faire de base …

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Les bases de la peinture à l'huile: Pinceaux 101

Salut les débutants, ne soyez pas intimidé par la peinture à l’huile – surtout quand vous avez les principes fondamentaux ici pour vous! Nous parlons ici de l’un des fondements de la peinture à l’huile: les pinceaux. Quels types existent-ils, comment les utiliser et comment s’en occuper. Entrez dans cet aperçu du savoir-faire de base …

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Cheng-Khee Chee explique papiers d'art asiatiques

Cet article de Cheng-Khee Chee a été publié pour la première fois dans la rubrique Ask the Experts du magazine The Artist, en avril 2014 . Q: Je suis déconcerté par les différents types de papiers d’art asiatiques, tels que masa, kozo et mûrier, sans parler de ceux portant des noms plus exotiques comme «kinwashi». …

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