Workshop Notes: Painting Best Practices – Day 2 (Part C)

by Matthew Innis |

    Changes in paint film caused by technique include wrinkling, yellowing, loss of opacity, and fading & browning. There are different kinds of yellowing in a picture:  initial color;  primary yellowing;  and secondary yellowing (the aging of the oil). Secondary yellowing can be mitigated by using thin layers of paint (in colors such as blue and…

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