Traditional Art Mediums

During the art class that I completed in 2014-2015, I had to explore and experiment with several traditional methods of artistic creation. Previously, he used only pen, Biro and Digital (Photoshop and Corel Painter).

The process was very inspiring and opened me to many alternative ways of creating art. I encourage everyone to try something other than sometimes. You never know what you like to do before you try. In this article, I will list some of the best known ways to create traditional art. It will be single pictures, but unfortunately I have not had time or opportunity to make art of all these media for this article.

Drawing

The drawing is very accessible to most beginners. It is the process of making illustrations on a flat surface with lines and sounds.

All you need to start is a pen and a paper. My favorites are pens. Here are some common ways to draw:

pencil

pencil

cake

Coal and chalk

marker

Pen and ink

painting

To paint you need a brush, paint and something to paint. Stone, paper, cloth etc.

Since then I have tried watercolor, gouache, acrylic and oils. I prefer to draw that painting, but a good compromise for me is the use of watercolor pen with a water brush that is easy to wear and not so messy to use.

water color pens

watercolor

gouache

acrylic

oil

airbrush

Other

Art can really be created by almost anything.

My mothers have spent years trying to get excited about applications and embroidery, but now I’m addicted to pens and digital media. I like to look at these methods and see if I can do them numerically.

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paper cutting

mounting

Application and embroidery.

Mixed technology

etching

Printing makes it possible to print on paper or other print media using a variety of methods. A template is used for each print, but an original print is created.

I tried silkscreen, stamping, color, monograph and linocut. My previous favorite is the production of stamps and linocuts, because the item is relatively simple and not too expensive.

Here are some printing methods you can look for:

linocut

three engraving

dry point

etching

mono print

mezzotint

Colography

aquatint

pressure

lithography

serigraphy

medium size toner

typography

marbled

sculpture

The sculpture is about the creation of three-dimensional art.

Here are some materials you can use to create:

Stein

tissue

polymer Clay

Clay / ceramics

three

glass

metal

paper

Recycled / found items

Thank you for taking the time to read this article. I hope it has been helpful.

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