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oil color

An oil-base paint containing a high concentration of colored pigment; commonly used for tinting paint.
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At the Central Colleges of the Philippines in Quezon City, he not only engaged in engineering-related drawings, he also maintained his artistic zeal, exploring in works using oil colors while finishing his Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering.
Live shrimp are a killer bait whether fished freelined, on a jig head, or under a float, but soft-bodied jigs in root beer or motor oil colors sometimes perform almost as well.
Hammoud used oil colors, acrylic and lead in his paintings, depending mostly on the scarlet color which is a symbol of the martyrdom of the Syrian youths.
The materials purchased are of the best kinds, be it canvases, water and oil colors, brushes, and others.
She uses different kinds of colors such as acrylic and oil colors. "When I hold the colors, I go crazy and for some paintings I don't touch my painting brush and I only use my hands to ensure that my feelings are felt throughout my work," she said.
He paints still life with oil colors featuring a piece of furniture, a garden, washing area; infusing detail that brings it to life and brings routine activities into focus with stunning beauty.
In a firework of acrylic oil colors on canvas, Rojas portrays the essence of eIuCaribbeannesseIN inviting the visitor to undertake an imaginary journey into this distant part of the world.
Under his father's guidance, the young Gonzalez learned the traditional method of painting and spent his early years perfecting his pencil drawing and composition before he began using oil colors. "A true artist," his father told him, "must first learn how to draw proficiently.
The oil colored illustrations provide a whimsical look on the characters' faces as they move from one scene to the next, showing many emotions such as fear, anger, and excitement.
Except for Levytsky's etchings, the prevalent works were produced using oil on canvas allowing the viewer to compare each artist's strokes and the way oil colors were utilized in presenting the artist's themes.
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