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What Are The Techniques For Painting Oil Painting?

- Jul 16 2018 - Setback:
It is a method of coloring with the root of the oil painting pen, and then it is moved slightly after pressing the pen, then it is raised, such as the calligraphy of the reverse front pen, vigorous and firm. The difference between the color of the pen point and the pen root and the different direction of the pen can produce many changes and interests.
Pat:
A technique that uses a wide oil painting pen or a fan pen to dip into a picture and lightly pat it on the screen is called a racket. The beat can produce a certain degree of undulating texture. It is neither very obvious nor too simple. It can also handle previously too strong strokes or colors and weaken them.
Knead:
Kneading refers to the method of combining two or several different colors on the screen directly with each other. After the color kneading, it produces a natural mixing change, and gets the subtle and bright color and shade contrast, and can play the role of transition and connection.
Line:
The line refers to the lines outlined by the pen, and the line of the oil painting is usually with a soft sharp line, but in the different styles, the round head, the shape and the old flat pen can also draw the thick lines like the strong center of the book. At the beginning of the painting of the East and the west, the lines were made by line. In the earliest oil painting, the outline of the line was usually made with precise and precise lines. Western oil paintings later evolved into light and dark and body heads. However, the central line of oil painting has never disappeared. Fine, bold and unrestrained. The use of various lines, which are neat or casual, and repeatedly overlapped, make the language of the oil painting richer, and the processing of different shapes and lines is of great importance. The lines of eastern painting also influenced many western modern masters, such as Matisse, Van Gogh, Picasso, Miro and Klee, all of whom are masters of the line.
Scavenging:
Sweeping is often used to connect two adjacent blocks so that they are not too stiff, and can be achieved by gently sweeping the clean fan pen while the color is not dry. You can also use the pen to sweep the other color on the bottom color to create a color effect which is interlaced, loose and not greasy.
Stomp:
Refers to a hard bristle brush dipped after the head of the pen to vertically stamp the pigment on the screen. The way to stamp is not very common. It is usually applied only when a special texture is needed locally.