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  • Spiralbindung: 128 Seiten
  • Verlag: F&W Publications Inc; Auflage: Spi (14. April 2007)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1581808046
  • ISBN-13: 978-1581808049
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,6 x 2,2 x 27,9 cm
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"Acrylic Revolution" will show readers everything they need to know to be successful in their acrylic painting projects. With over 101 of the most popular, interesting, and indispensable tricks for working with acrylic - each with its own step-by-step demonstration - there is literally page after age of acrylic instruction and inspiration for readers to discover. A gallery of finished art at the back of the book will show readers how to combine different tricks to use in their artwork offering them real-life applications for acrylic techniques.

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Nancy Reyner has been a professional instructor for the past seven years, teaching artists tricks and techniques with acrylic paints. Nancy has created costumes and sets for Broadway theatre and film, including a Madonna film. She has been selected for a two-year painting and drawing residency for the City of Phoenix. Nancy currently resides in Santa Fe, NM.

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7 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Silvia Anita am 28. Mai 2007
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Nancy Reyner beschreibt in ihrem Buch dutzende Techniken zur kreativen Gestaltung und Verarbeitung von Acryl. Angefangen von den diversen Malgründen und Pinsel, die man für die Acrylmalerei benutzen kann, bis hin zu den Möglichkeiten die sich einem im Umgang mit den diversen Spezial-, Effekt- und Modellierpasten bieten.

Alle Arbeitsgänge werden dabei anschaulich durch Fotos in Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitungen erklärt und sind auch für Anfänger leicht nachvollziehbar.

Fazit: ein wirklich umfassendes Buch zum Thema Acryl :)!
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At last! The book on acrylics I've dreamed of finding! 28. April 2007
Von Jana Bouc - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Spiralbindung Verifizierter Kauf
As a watercolor painter for 20 years and now trying to learn to paint with acrylics, I'd read every book I could find but they often contradicted each other or had out of date information or demonstrated really ugly painting. This book is THE acrylic bible, written by a master artist and teacher. It's full of helpful tips and specific detailed information about how to achieve any technique that can be done with oil or watercolor in acrylic, along with things that you can only do with acrylics.

My goal is to be able to use acrylics more like oils and this book explains how it's done. Each technique includes "recipes" for how much of what mediums or additives to use to achieve the goals. The sample art work is superb and the writing is better and more clear than any art how to book I've read (and I have a huge library of them). I just can't say enough about how happy I am with this book and how much I appreciate the author's generous sharing of detailed, specific information.
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Best presentation I have seen 6. Juni 2007
Von Sheilah. Bockett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Spiralbindung Verifizierter Kauf
Have you ever looked at an acrylic painting and wondered, "How on earth did they get that effect?" You may well find your answer in "Acrylic Revolution" by Nancy Reyner. This book is the best I've seen on acrylic technique, not only for its generous supply of photographs, but for its set-out and its excellent cross referencing.

There are 104 techniques and tips in the book, each taking up a full page that is set out with a short explanation of the technique, a list of materials, and four or five photographs showing the step by step process, with explanatory captions. There is also an ideas box giving extra tips.

What I like especially is the gallery: artwork by other artists as well as Reyner are cross-referenced to specific techniques. For example, an abstract by Patricia Brady has references (by number) to ten of the techniques in the book.

The 104 techniques are divided into ten sections that include spatial effects, texture, transfers, collage/mixed media, innovative stenciling /line work, and simulating other mediums. In other sections Reyner covers just about every question you might have about the acrylic medium and its applications. Two creative sections are "You can paint on anything" and "You can paint with anything." The text is very readable.

"Acrylic Revolution" by Nancy Reyner and "The New Acrylics" by Rheni Tauchid (which is more about the chemical characteristics of acrylics)are the two books I find essential for work in this medium.

I recommend taking a look at Nancy Reyner's website where there is a gallery of her work. It's impressive.
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A good reference book on acrylic paints with some good techniques 15. Juli 2007
Von Belinda Spiwak - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Spiralbindung
It is not just a technique book. It has some good reference material in there that you will refer back to time and time again when needed. The techniques have simple instructions with pictures. It is definitely a Golden book since she is a Golden artist. If you use Golden products and would like to use different Golden products more, then this book will give you that. The information and techniques given can be done with any good acrylic paint - not matter what brand.

I think it is a very good book for beginner to intermediate acrylic artists. I use acrylics a lot but don't know as much as I should about their properties. I know less about watercolors but use them. I know nothing about oils. I do not know if an accomplished or very advanced acrylic artist would glean that much from this book. I do a lot with acrylics and I learned some things from it. I know a lot more about acrylics now that will be stored in the back of my head with a ton of other information.

There is some really good information on starting on page 8 in the book called essential acrylic tips. There was some stuff in there that I did not know that is very useful. I also liked how they went into surfaces that you can paint on with acrylics and how to prep them. I am not good with the prepping thing.

There are some simple techniques for you to try. I like that each one has step-by-step picts with it. It also gives you alternatives to try. I liked the section on metallic underpainting with micaceous iron oxide. I have used it before but not like this. Interesting.

There are collage art examples. This book is not directed towards fine artists even though there are some fine art examples. The book is specific to acrylic use not matter who the artist is. There is a small section on assemblage. The pictures are a decent size so you can see the color and textures well.

The book tells you how you can get your look to be more opaque, get rid of brush strokes, how to make soft and hard edges, how to do basic transfers with gel mediums, how to simulate watercolor, do faux encaustic, go from opaque to transparent and the other way around, faux metallic, marbleized skins (I liked this one), marbleized painting layers (this one is one I am going to try), and different finishes. Was that a long, run-on sentence! An "F" on grammar for me. Sorry, I will tuck the teacher part of me away until the end of August (which is coming up wayyyyyy too soon). At the end, the book tells you how to do some pours and there is a short gallery. I would have liked to have seen more art here. What is nice about this gallery is that they give you page numbers so you can find the techniques they used in the gallery pieces.

Overall, I think this is a good reference book for acrylic artists. I will need to sit down with a cup of tea and go over it more thoroughly.
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Must Read for Golden Acrylics users 25. Oktober 2007
Von James E. Morreau Jr. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Spiralbindung
This book is a terrific compendium of techniques and information on Golden acrylic paints and mediums. The author is a part of Golden's "practicing artist's" program. Some of the techniques are described elsewhere by other authors (e.g., using sprayed water or alcohol to create texture, mixing interference colors with black to increase the effect), but as a fan of Golden acrylics, I learned much useful information which I put to immediate use in my painting. For example, I used Reyner's advice on mixing fluid metallic acrylics (stainless steel and micaceous iron oxide) with "modern" transparent colors (see p . 110) to solve a value and texture problem in my recent work "Tiles Series V, No. 1" (see image on my web site).

I also used Reyner's suggestion to apply several isolation coats to create depth & luster - she advises using soft gel mixed 3:2 with water (p. 105, 113). In addition to brushing this on, Reyner gives suggestions for pouring (pp. 115, 116) and spraying (p. 74) an isolation or final coat of clear medium. I used such isolation coats in the aforementioned "Tiles" work, as well as two recent landscapes (see e.g. the work on my home page). Some of my additional favorites from the book are:

* I often use tape to create edges In my "Tiles" series. Prior to reading Reyner's book I had used matte gel medium to create a clean edge, but this doesn't work well with applications where I am trying to achieve an overall glossy finish. Reyner suggests using GAC 500 when taping edges (p. 82).

* Reyner also suggests ways to make the surface smooth & "brushless" (p. 92) which is always an issue with isolation coats and final varnishes.

Some of the tricks I haven't yet tried but intend to use:

* Using clear tar gel in various interesting ways (pp. 93, 111 - 112)

* Using Golden polymer medium as a resist (p. 41)

* Using crackle paste to create a "fresco" effect (p. 64)

* Using Golden light molding paste (instead of white paint) to tint colors (p. 96)

* To create an opaque look with transparent paint, first apply a tint of the color, then glaze the undiluted color over the tint (p. 98)

* Applying Absorbent Ground to a painting in progress to correct mistakes (p. 101)

* Applying gels to create textures on ink jet prints (p. 114)

* Using Interference acrylics mixed with traditional colors (there is also an article on this on the Daniel Smith website) - Reyner notes that the modern transparent pigments work best and that adding gloss gels increases the effect (p. 108).

Reyner includes several inspiring sample paintings (e.g., p. 41, 110, 120). My only criticism is that there are not enough illustrations for all the techniques she includes and the images of the sample art works are too small to see the detail. Overall, however, I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in experimenting with acrylic techniques and mediums. If you use Golden products, the book is a must read.
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awesome inspiration 11. Juli 2007
Von Mixed-Media Maven - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Spiralbindung
i have so many technique books but this one takes the cake! not only is it beautifully laid out, it is fun to read and very inspiring! i love this book and highly recommend it to anyone involved in any type of art whether acrylic or whatever. great eye candy too!
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