Sponge Painting (Sponging)
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Sponge Painting (Sponging): An interior painting technique in which sponges are used to apply or partially remove a coat of paint.
Underpainting: The first, thin transparent laying in of colour in a painting.
Underwater Painting: A technique has been evolved by Antonio de Havo in 1977 for working submerged. He mixes his colours with oil, glycerine and wax, and paints on panels that have been waterproofed. Wearing a f . . . View Full Definition
Viscose Sponge: Is a synthetic sponge used to wipe surplus water off films before they are hung up to dry.
Word Painting: Musical pictorialization of words from the text as an expressive device: a prominent feature of the Renaissance madrigal.
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
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
Oil-Painting: This technique was not suddenly invented; the story that accredits its invention to the Van Eyck brothers is incorrect, although they did much to help the evolution of the new medium. Previo . . . View Full Definition
Chromosome Painting: Attachment of certain fluorescent dyes to targeted parts of the chromosome. Used as a diagnositic for particular diseases, e.g. Types of leukemia.
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
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