water paint


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water paint

[′wȯd·ər ‚pānt]
(materials)
A paint in which the vehicle or binder is dissolved in water; examples are calcimine in which the vehicle is glue, and casein paints in which the vehicle is casein.
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In her debut novel, Blood Water Paint, Joy McCullough recounts in fictionalized free verse a pivotal time in Artemisia's life.
The main use of glue in the paint industry is in the preparation of washable water paints.
The scenes are held in lovely loose large scale cartooning, with fluid contours and splashy-splashy water paint hitting and missing the forms in a highly skilful way.
The medium of the work was oil, water paint and pencil.
This operation involves a mixture of dry brushing and water paint sprays and the extraction is consequently wetter than normal for a dry dust collector.
Windows, doors, plates and profile for suspended ceiling; floor and wall ceramic tiles, linoleum, emulsion water paint, frames for transparent partitions,
50 m 2 etics on base, xps, d = 100 mm, wlg 035, mineral light plaster / felt plaster, sprayed water paint, - approx.
Accessibility to clean water paints an even grim picture with estimated 84% people not having access to safe drinking water.
I believe it's important not to limit yourself to the conventional concept of art as drawing and painting only or to shackle yourself to commonly known forms such as oil colours or water paints which may not necessarily be everybody's cup of tea and I highly encourage people to explore other mediums and styles to find the one that inspires you." "My mission is to reach all kinds of people, all over the world and hence I chose to start a group in the virtual world.
The text has become a material dissolved into the choral voices, blurred like water paints, shaped into waves.
He's started with designing, then bastille and water paints, but now he's using oil as the age and durability of the instrument will last longer.
A history of the paint industry--ready-mixed oil paints, developments of synthetic resins, and key developments in pigmentation--leads into more detailed discussion of oil-based paints, water paints, nitrocellulose lacquers, and oleoresinous and emulsion paints based on synthetic resins.