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Introduction to Fresco Painting by iLia Anossov Topic: General Fresco
In it's essence, fresco or fresco painting is an - application of natural mineral pigments to a surface on which a following chemical reaction takes place: Ca(OH)2(s) + CO2(g) ----> CaCO3(s) + H2O(l) Calcium Hydrate (burned lime stone or marble mixed with water) combined with carbon dioxide re...
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Published: Wednesday 12 March, 2008

The grinding of pigments… by Sylvia Hunt Topic: Pigments & Grinding
To the sounds of classical music, I sat down last Sunday, and I poured out my dry pigment of Verdaccio into a little pile, onto my glass top table, making sure as Wolf said, that everything was kept very clean and pure. I made a small well in the center of the pigment, and poured a small amount of ...
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Published: Sunday 10 October, 2004

Small Fresco Cartoon - directions and use by iLia Anossov Topic: Cartoon & Transfer
"Cartoon" - full scale drawing of the future fresco. Cartoons are drawn on regular paper with pencil, graphite, charcoal, sepia chalk, etc., etc. The purpose of a cartoon is a thorough study and final rendition of the composition, light, shadow, details of the future fresco, it is a preparatory draw...
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Published: Thursday 23 September, 2004

A Good Pouncing by Mitchell Nussbaum Topic: Cartoon & Transfer
Pouncing is an important step in creating a fresco painting. If done properly, you will end up with a clear and distinct “outline” of your traced cartoon on your intonaco plaster. If done incorrectly, you may end up making a mess. The following are some easy to follow tips and guidelines for making ...
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Published: Sunday 19 September, 2004

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