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Paint notes

by: Brooke Kaufman

Paint notes Thea 1200

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Brooke Kaufman
GPA 3.83

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These are the notes from Tuesday on painting. It was very brief discussion, then we started building our flats physically
Stagecraft 1
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paint, shellac, brushes, rollers
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brooke Kaufman on Sunday April 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Thea 1200 at a university taught by Kate/Pat in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 18 views.


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Date Created: 04/03/16
Stagecraft 1 Scenic Section Mondays and Wednesdays 9-11:50 Paint  Scenic artists (highest level of detail required) o Job o Organization  What’s paint? o Vehicle (liquid medium to carry pigment, binder to surface) o Binder (adhesive to glue pigment to surface) o Pigment (color of the paint, fine powder)  Tools o Rollers (little roll brush on a handle, lay large areas for paint, comes in three sizes) o Brushes (maintenance and cleaning are a must, several types can be used) o Sprays (Four kinds: HVLP, Medium format spray, Air bush, and Hudson sprayer)  Common types of paint o Water born  Latex (sensitizer, cheapest type)  Acrylic (flexible, mixes easily, medium price)  Casein (deep colors, spoils like milk, most expensive) o Toxic based  Shellac (tree and bug resin, usually clear or amber color)  FEV (shellac plus dye, transparent glaze of color)  Stains (color wood and show grain, dye or pigment suspended)  Techniques o Wet blends (paint still wet on surface)  Scumble (2-3 colors blobbed on and blended with water)  Directional blend (1-2 color stripes blended in certain pattern) o Texture  Spatter (loaded paint brush flicks)  Drop rag (spider web muslin dipped in paint and spread on surface)  Adding physical texture (sawdust, bead foam, joint compound)


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