earth pigment

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earth pigment, mineral pigment, natural pigment

A pigment which is produced by physical processing of materials mined directly from the earth.
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They are completely plain, with no beadwork decoration or earth pigment staining.
Ochre, a natural earth pigment gives the water its rustyred colour.
Natural resources: copper, pyrites, asbestos, gypsum, timber, salt, marble, clay earth pigment.
The lower field of the skirt is painted on both sides with yellow ochre earth pigment.
CASEIN PAINT WITH LIME Yields about 1 quart 1 gallon nonfat milk 2 1/2 ounces "Type S" lime (dry powder available at hardware stores) 2 1/2 cups water Natural earth pigment (more or less depending on desired color) 6 cups filler (usually whiting) 1.
153 of A Warrior I Have Been, with simple geometric designs in lane-stitch beadwork and earth pigment staining.
The browns and yellows are ochres, natural earth pigments that have been in use since prehistoric times.
Cloth used is primarily cotton (cambric) or silk with poster colours, while the paper ones employ special handmade sun-dried bamboo paper painted with colours derived from crushed semi-precious stones and earth pigments.
Thick natural wide plank wood flooring stained in earth pigments and glistening with organic vegetable oils and waxes provide warmth to primordial spirits.
Using only her hands, she then applies dry Earth pigments that render deep, rich color and provide a more direct connection with the medium.
The lip glosses use earth pigments and citrus essential oils.
JOB MADE EASY: Stripping wallpaper is easiest using a steam stripper; Spoons displaying Earthborn Claypaint, available from The Green Shop; A blue lever handle made from resin composites, from Turnstyle Designs' Barrel Recess range of cabinet handles and door pulls; A bowl of La Tienda Earth Pigments, also available from The Green Shop