An Introduction to Acrylics
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acrylic color acrylic paint added adjacent colors airbrush Andy Warhol applied areas of color artists Azo Yellow blending Bridget Riley bristle brush brushstrokes brushwork Burnt Sienna Burnt Umber Cadmium Red Cadmium Yellow canvas cardboard Chuck Close color wheel complementary composition create damp brush dark tones detail diluted dried edge effect emulsion flat foreground frame Gallery gel medium give glaze gray green high-key highlights impasto layers light low-key masking fluid mid-tones mixing Morris Louis oil paint oil pastel opaque acrylic opaque color opaque paint orange overall overpainted painting surface pale palette Paula Rego Phthalo Blue pigment primer produce resist techniques round brush round soft scene scraped scumbling Sgraffito shadows shape shows sketch smooth sponge stenciling strokes style synthetic texture thick thickly thin acrylic thin washes Titanium White tonal toned ground transparent color transparent washes Ultramarine underpainting varnish watercolor painting wet-in-wet white paper window Yellow Ochre