Life Style / Painting / Aluminum Paint
Aluminum Paint: A paint that includes aluminum particles and gives a metallic finish when dried.
Pigment In Paint: For details of lakes, glazes and other artist-colourants, see: Colour Pigments, History, Types.
Sand-Painting: (also termed: sand mosaic, sand altar, earth picture, ground-painting) A rather odd method of pictorial expression first practised by the North American Indians, especially the Navaho. The p . . . View Full Definition
Rust Preventative Paint: The first coat of paint applied directly to iron or steel structures to slow down or prevent rust.
Painting With Light: Technique of lighting large, dark interior. The camera, mounted on a tripod, is given a long time exposure. The photographers moves continuously around the interior, giving flash or battery . . . View Full Definition
Painting Knives: Both of these are made of fine tempered steel that is flexible. The palette-knife has a straight handle and is intended for mixing colours on the palette or for cleaning it. The painting-kni . . . View Full Definition
Painting The Black: Pitching the ball on the edge of the plate, which is lined in black rubber.
Painting The Tape: Illegal practice by traders who manipulate the market by buying and selling a security to create the illusion of high trading activity and to attract other traders who may push up the price.
Semigloss Paint Or Enamel: A paint or enamel made so that its coating, when dry, has some luster but is not very glossy. Bathrooms and kitchens are normally painted semi-gloss
Sponge Painting (Sponging): An interior painting technique in which sponges are used to apply or partially remove a coat of paint.