poster paint


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poster paint

[′pōs·tər ‚pānt]
(materials)
A water paint with a gum binder, which is brilliant, opaque, and fast-drying, and usually sold in jars. Also known as show-card color.
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Ken Aspinall, a member of the committee urging a council rethink, said: "We used poster paint on the pavement and it's almost gone now.
At a similar time vandals also climbed into St Nicholas Primary School, Kenilworth from the Blundells where they damaged the walls and windows of the nursery school by painting them with black poster paint.
Artist Tina Cintron demonstrates her spontaneous approach to making large paintings with poster paint.
There are also seventeen works made with poster paint on paper, erotically charged depictions of the young men's grimacing faces and wild brawls.
The arts and crafts project involved painting a wooden clothespin with brown poster paint, gluing on two wriggly eyes, then adding that all important red nose made out of a bead.
Creating his pieces with kid-friendly materials, such as crayons and poster paint, and the same levels of enthusiasm as children, his resulting landscapes are depicted with odd perspectives, solid colours and geographical inaccuracies: in one painting you can see the long-gone Maritime Museum next to the brand new Senedd building.
Welcome to the weekend, in a week that brought us meteor showers ( I couldn't see it mind you, stayed up til 2am and ended up flicking a toothbrush of white poster paint on the attic ceiling instead
Thumbprint chicks You will need: | Yellow ink or poster paint (washable only
Daily printing workshops (18-22 February) are also on offer for which all you need is a pencil, a polystyrene food tray and a batch of water-based poster paint.
Still, there's plenty of fun to be had in simply wandering around and seeing what you want in the abstract imagery; a more accomplished and challenging version of the butterfly-like poster paint prints we all did as a child.
To make your own Herta Easter Bunny you will need: An egg, a pin, a needle, a bowl, a square of white felt (10cm x 10cm will be enough), a pair of scissors, white poster paint and brush, a black marker, PVA glue and cotton wool.
Press your hand covered in blue poster paint in the middle of some white paper, for the angel's dress.