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Paints

  1. 1. PaintsBy: Sophia Samuel
  2. 2. PaintsPaints are composed of threematerials: Pigment Binder Solvent
  3. 3. PaintsPigment: natural or synthetic coloredmaterials finely ground into power clay,gemstones, minerals, plants and insects. www.webexhibitts.org/pigments/
  4. 4. PaintsBinder: holds the pigment together andadheres the paint to a surface, egg yolks,linseed oil and wax. www.webexhibitts.org/binder/
  5. 5. PaintsSolvent: can be added to thin or thickenpaint, slow or speed up its drying timewith oil or water. www.webexhibitts.org/solvent/
  6. 6. PaintsPainting can be applied with a variety oftools, brushes, fingers, painting knivesand sticks. www.webexhibitts.org/pigments/
  7. 7. PaintsTypes of paint: Tempera Oil Watercolor Gouache Acrylic Encaustic Casein www.webexhibitts.org/pigments/
  8. 8. PaintsTempera paintings, water based, egg binder used prior for1400s. Colors cannot be mixed narrow range fast-drying. www.artlex.com/artlex/temperahtml./
  9. 9. PaintsOil paintings, easily mixed, more permanent, used after1400s, slow drying, can be used in thin layers called glazesor in thick lumps to make an impasto surface. www.artlex.com/artlex/oil/html./
  10. 10. PaintsWatercolor paintings, most common water based paint thatare transparent . www.artlex.com/artlex/watercolor/html./
  11. 11. PaintsGouache paintings, provides watercolor a new way toopaquely or transparently capture a subject. http://www.life123.com/hobbies/drawing-painting-clay/sketching/gouache.shtml
  12. 12. PaintsAcrylic paintings are made from the polyethylene-basedplastic, that dries on permanent, long lasting state. http://www.acrylicpaint.info/what-are-acrylic-paint/
  13. 13. PaintsEncaustic paintings, are a wax based paint (composed ofbeeswax, resin and pigment), that are kept molten on a heatedpalette. It are applied to a porous surface and then reheated inorder to fuse the paint. The word ‘encaustic’ has no connectionto the word caustic: it comes from the Greek word enkaiein,meaning to burn in, referring to the process of fusing the paint. http://www.rfpaints.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=224&Itemid=281
  14. 14. PaintsCasein painting, on furniture, are a milk-based paint that arewater soluble. It can often be found on painted antiquefurniture. http://www.bethkrommes.com/painting/what-are-casein-paint
  15. 15. PaintsWhat are paints composed of?1) Pigment2) Binder3) SolventWhat is an example of a pigment?A) PowerWhat is an example of a binder ?A) EggWhat is an example of a solvent?A) Oil

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