Scumbling - the technique of applying a thin, semi-opaque or translucent coating of paint over a previously painted surface to after the color or appearance of the surface without totally obscuring it.
Scumbling: Dragging paint in a broken manner over a previously painted dry surface.
Sketch: 1. A brief statement of the subject. 2. A drawing complete in itself.
Study: 1. A comprehensive drawing or painting. 2. A detail that can be incorporate into a finished painting.
The technique of applying a thin, opaque or semi-opaque layer of paint over a previously painted (dry) surface to alter the color or appearance of the surface without totally obscuring it. Scumbling is rather like glazing, but with light colors over dark.
Scumbling a painting technique (the opposite of glazing), consisting of putting a layer of opaque oil paint over another layer of a different color or tone, so that the lower layer is not completely obliterated, giving an uneven, ...
(painting) The technique of partially obscuring a work's precision of line or brilliance of color by applying a semi-opaque layer of paint atop the underpainting. Also refers to the act of rubbing the surface of a work to smear lines and soften the image.
~ An oil painting technique in which dry, thick paint is applied to a surface in a loose, direct manner often creating areas of broken color and allowing previous layers to show through in places.
~: Dragging a dense or opaque color across another color creating a rough texture.
Secondary colors: Colors obtained by mixing two primary colors: green, violet, and orange.
Sketch: A rough or loose visualization of a subject or composition..
~. In oil painting, the technique of working a layer of opaque colour over an existing colour in such a way that the latter is only partially obliterated and a broken effect obtained.
Applying a thin, semi-opaque coating of paint over a previously painted surface to alter the colour or appearance of the surface without totally obscuring it.
~ is the technique of putting a semi-dry paint over an existing dry paint in such a way as to create a haze. This is done with semi-opaque or opaque paint, and is used mostly in oil and acrylic painting.
~ A painting technique in which parts are overlayed with opaque or semiopaque color applied lightly with an almost dry brush. secondary colors See colors, secondary.
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~. Is an opaque version of GLAZING. It consists of working a layer of opaque paint over another layer of a different color or tone creating an uneven broken effect so as not to entirely obliterate the lower layer.
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Great suggestion, the word your friend uses is ‘~'.
This is a cross between ‘dry brush' and a ‘glaze'.
It is a thin application of paint, yet instead of using a transparent pigment ( as with glazing) you use an opaque pigment. Or any pigment really.
the addition of paint to a surface in such a way as to leave parts of the previous layer revealed.
in Italian it literally means "vanished in smoke." A process of softening edges in a work to create a soft atmoshperic depth.
the surface that the painting is done upon.
See also: What is the meaning of Painting, Composition, Opaque, Size, Oil paint?