Pigment paszta // Pigment paste

PIGMENT PASTE These are pastes with intensive colors, used for coloring
water-based systems and other creative materials They are available in five, miscible colors Put structure paste and three colors
of pigment pastes on a palette Mix several colors to the structure paste on the palette… and add some white paste,
then apply it to the terracotta bowl Always take different color paste on your spatula… and flatten the various motley spots besides each other Random mixing of colors results in an exciting surface Mix white Decor enamel with blue,
green and yellow color pastes… and apply it to the lid of a round wooden box Mix the paints carefully, in small quantities
due to the intensive color effect of the pastes Mix a little white paint to the
too dark spots to make them lighter Also apply striped colorful paint
spots on the side of the box After drying of the paint, stencil
a pastel color pattern to the lid… and lighten it more by white, starting from the middle Coloring does not influence the basic properties of
the paint, such as adherence, gloss or water resistance The pigment paste can be used
to create gradual color transition Begin painting by gray color Decor Paint Soft… and progressing downwards,
add more and more black pigment paste… Make the transition smoother by quick brush-strokes After drying, paint similar
color transition through a stencil… This time paint gray color to the top
and make it darker downwards… and then take the stencil off Paint a framed canvas by chocolate color Decor Metal matte After it has dried, apply cracking
paste primer to the surface Paint color pastes to the palette,
and then coat it by white cracking paste After drying the primer to transparent,
mix cracking paste by color paste… apply different color spots besides each other Blur the colors slightly when applying
cracking paste with even thickness You can accelerate development of the crackles by a hair-drier Decorate the edges by chocolate color Decor Metal matte Larger crackles will develop between
different color spots, to separate them Pigment pastes are applicable to color Decor Clay too If you want to us non-homogenous colors,
use a palette for mixing again Use the colored Decor Clay to paint
the frame inside the casting mold… and then cast it by uncolored material Wait until setting, and take the frame out from the mold… and decorate it inside by decoupage technique Make the color-transition external part
look older by umbra color antiquing paste… and slightly wear it by sandpaper


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