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Tine Repair - My quick painting method

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Cole, Dec 23, 2011.

  1. shammy

    shammy New Member

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  2. joeym

    joeym Jeannette & Joey @ Dunn's Falls

    Where do I get the artist platter with the picture of the cow on it?...LOL!!!! Great tutorial, thanks for sharing!
     

  3. Cole

    Cole Amateur Taxidermist

    Most of them don't have the cow, that one is special.
     
  4. dhart

    dhart Active Member

    Cole, question I have is picture three where you spray a light coat of burnt umber spray on the tine. Is the burnt umber mixed down to make it look that light? The picture seems a lot lighter brown than what burnt umber shows to be in the catalog. Thanks Dhart
     
  5. Cole

    Cole Amateur Taxidermist

    No I didn't mix it, I just used a very very light coat.
     
  6. adkgirl

    adkgirl Active Member

    marking. Thanks Cole!
     
  7. thanks
     
  8. The Ojibwa

    The Ojibwa Member

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    very convincing...using this method soon
     
  9. minehill

    minehill New Member

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  10. shammy

    shammy New Member

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  11. Marking. Going to try this on some old sheds I found.
     
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  13. Marking good job looks great.
     
  14. papagoose

    papagoose papagoose and goslings

    Awsome
     
  15. Non-TypicalArtist

    Non-TypicalArtist ABOVE Expectations. BEYOND Ordinary.

    well done
     
  16. This is the best tutorial I've seen on here, Thank You
     
  17. I apologise if you answered this already.. but do you use acrylic paints, or oils? I am thinking that oils would look more natural (I paint landscapes in both and just cannot get a natural-looking landscape with acrylics.) But your tines look 100% natural and maybe you did get the acrylic to work. I am thinking that if one were to use oil paints, they could mix in a fast-drying medium like Gamblin's Japan Drier; it greatly speeds up paint dry-time from weeks-long to a few days.
     
  18. Cole

    Cole Amateur Taxidermist

     
  19. I see now :) Maybe if you are using thin layers, it does not take too long to dry. My oil paintings on canvas take weeks!