Combined graphic techniques

Combined graphic techniques.

In addition to the techniques discussed above, of course, many others can be used. We still have easy graphic techniques, which, however, are very difficult to use in our school conditions, np. we weren't talking about painting on glass. The work done with one technique can be enriched with another, certain accents can be emphasized, some artistic assumptions, that we care about. Some of these techniques can be combined with each other, combine and thus obtain artistic effects unattainable when using only one of them. As with everything in life, and you have to be careful here, not use all techniques in one work, because it would be overloaded.

Naturally, There are no rules for combining techniques, but let's consider some possibilities with examples. If, for example,. we will put a layer of candle crayon on the planes laid out with watercolor, then we can achieve the effect of either enhanced color, or off. When the vermilion stain is applied with a red crayon, red will be stronger, if we apply the same vermilion stain, "we'll mark it” np. brown crayon, the color will be faded. Completely different effects can be obtained by placing planes with a candle crayon on a painting made with gluing glue. Because the surface painted with glue is rough, the crayon is uneven and the color of the foundation shows through, which gives interesting results. Ink can be used to emphasize certain forms on works painted with glue, using a stick or brush.

You can combine a tear-out or paper cut-out with painting with covering paints or with ink drawings. For some painted compositions, np. made with glue, you can add accents from rags. Works made with a stick on a wet glue surface are very effective, and then, after complete drying, colored with a candle crayon. It is safest to crayon in the next class after drawing with a stick. Running a crayon over wet or damp paper can ruin your work.

Using combined techniques in working with children, you have to be very careful and not do many tasks of this type. First, children should be acquainted with the possibilities of various techniques and adhere to a certain art discipline (there can be no question of mastering the technique by children here), then you can experiment, try several solutions by using combined techniques.