illustration board

illustration board

[il·ə′strā·shən ‚bȯrd]
(graphic arts)
A board made by mounting good drawing paper on a stiff backing, usually a filled pulpboard; surfaces vary from smooth to rough.
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watercolour and coloured pencil on illustration board
There is, for example, a man with a buoyant erection reaching out like a doubting Thomas to touch the nipple of a female companion in the ink, watercolor, and airbrushing on illustration board Untitled, 1966; in a telling passage, the lines forming her contour and delineating his finger abut in a single unarticulated dark mark where he reaches his target.
Entries must be made on a white illustration board sized 18 inches by 18 inches.
Cut illustration board or any sturdy paper board to the desired size.
The bulk of the painting is completed using acrylic on illustration board, and then I use gouache to complete the finer details.
Entries may be in a medium of the artist's choice on good-quality bond or drawing paper, or illustration board.
She donates scrap materials to her former high school art teacher, who uses pieces of acrylic as ink pallets and in printmaking classes, and mat board offal as illustration board.
Although some elements of her work are digital, most of it is done with acrylic, colored pencil, and gouache on illustration board.
Trumpet Man," acrylic on illustration board by Justin Bua.
Scotch artist tapes are available in the following varieties: artist tape for canvas, artist tape for watercolor paper, and illustration board and clay board tape.
That experience rendering everything from furniture to handbags proved invaluable in developing his signature style, which involves working in a combination of watercolor and gouache with broad brush strokes, usually on illustration board, and conveys his keen sense of dimension and of the play of light and shadow.
They were mounted on an illustration board with an acetate flap on top and they sat in a portfolio under the bed, and that was that.