Natuurlijke Impasto medium

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Natuurlijke Impasto voor dikkere verf en mooie schilderstechnieken!

Impasto is een schilderstechniek waarbij de verf in zeer dikke streken of klodders op het doek wordt aangebracht.

Impasto Medium limestone van Natural Earth Paint bevat geen chemische toevoegingen en conserveermiddelen.

Alvorens je de Impasto Medium gaat gebruiken mix je de Natuurlijke pigmenten met walnotenolie of lijnzaadolie zodat je olieverf onstaat.
De Impasto Medium wordt op dezelfde manier gemaakt als de olieverf. Maak beide pasta's eerst apart en meng deze pas daarna. Net zoals de olieverf gebruik je bij de Impasto een paletmes om deze met walnootolie te mengen.

Natuurlijke Impasto van Natural Earth Paint heeft de eigenschap dat het transparant opdroogt. Hierdoor behoud je de zuivere diepe kleur van de olieverf!

FAQ

IMPASTO MEDIUM
Q: Can you use the impasto medium with winsor and newton water mixable oils?
A: Yes, you sure can except the medium comes as a powder that needs to be mixed with oil to make the paste. So this mixture will not be "water-mixable". The impasto medium would need to mixed with a clear "water-mixable oil medium" for that to happen.
Q: Do you know if the limestone makes oil paint dry quicker since walnut oil extends drying time? Would maybe adding lavender spike oil in addition to walnut oil or in place of walnut oil work with the limestone to help it dry quicker? Do you know of any faster drying oils/non-toxic materials I can add? Also, does the limestone give the paint a different finish?
A: The purpose of our Impasto Medium is to primarily thicken the paint. It may shorten the dry time slightly but not substantially. Linseed oil dries faster than walnut oil so if you'd rather mix that with the limestone powder, that helps a little. We generally don't suggest Lavendar Spike Oil because while it is less toxic than conventional solvents, it's not non-toxic. If your only objective is for the oil paint to dry faster, then mix M.Graham's Walnut Alkyd Medium into your mixed paint to greatly shorten the dry time. The limestone dries clear in the paint and doesn't greatly affect the paint finish. Let us know if you have any other questions. Thanks!
Q: Can I add the impasto medium to the acrylic medium to make it thicker?
A: No, I'm afraid it doesn't work well.
Limestone vs toxic Lime or QuickLime
Q: I took a fresco painting class in college, and remember that the "lime" we used was very toxic and harmful. Could you please explain the safety of the limestone impasto powder that you sell?
A: You're correct Lime is hazardous to use. Limestone is different than Lime. Limestone is basically chalk or calcium carbonate. Completely non-toxic and benign.
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