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D’sourceDigital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT painting1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact Details1

D’source2Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseIntroductionRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayAcrylic colors are basically polymer based paints that came in market as house paints, which later caught attention of painters in 1950s. This was around the time when artists had just begun exploring movements and formssuch as pop art, abstract expressionism and photorealism.Acrylic c-painting/introduction1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsGiven its advantages and potentialities, there was a new wave of creativity and possibility with regards to acrylicpaints in the modern art world. The strong influence of this medium can still be seen on today’s trends and artforms.

D’source3Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseHistoryRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayFrom the very beginning, man always had urged to express himself through different modes of expressions. And,Painting is one of the most artistic modes to express creativity. The pre historic man started painting approximately 40,000 years ago and captured his creative vision in the form of cave paintings. The meanings andpurpose of some of those paintings are still unknown. These are some cave paintings from the ancient worldportraying animals, beasts, hand impressions and some abstract patterns.Acrylic c-painting/history1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsBhimbetka Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka,Rock paintings, Stone Age, India*

D’source4Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT painting/history1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsThe ancient artwork found inside 11 cavesin Northwestern Spain*

D’source5Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT painting/history1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsBison, in the great hall of policromes,Cave of Altamira, Spain*

D’source6Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT painting/history1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsCueva de las Manos (Spanish for Cave of the Hands) in SantaCruz province,in Argentina, c.550 BC*

D’source7Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayBut, acrylic paintings have a very brief history compared to other visual art mediums like watercolor and oil because it evolved in the late 1940s. Before that artist mainly used watercolors, oil paints, fresco, tempura colors forrealistic paintings.An acrylic paint was a new medium, which was easy to use, quick drying, bold and could be transparent or opaquedepending on the amount of water or oil that was used for dilution. It was easy to mix, provided different textures and consistencies when mixed with sand, water and other elements in the paint. It became an ideal medium for bold art that sought hard-edged flat images and distinct use of ainting/history1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsAcrylic paints. *Reff- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History of painting

D’source8Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CoursePainters - Acrylic PaintingsRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayWhen acrylic painting came in picture many contemporary artists chose acrylic for experimentation and innovation.Acrylic PaintingHere are some famous artists and their artworks from 20th century who initially experimented with the acrylic-painting/painters-acrylic-paintings1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact Details‘Campbell Soup Can’by Andy Warhol.For More information visithttps://www.artsy.net/artist/andy-warhol

D’source9Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayElectric Chair, Published Editionby Andy -painting/painters-acrylic-paintings1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsMichael Jacksonby Andy Warhol.

D’source10Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayTurquoise Marilynby Andy -painting/painters-acrylic-paintings1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact Details’Elegy to the Spanish Republic 110’by Robert Motherwell.

D’source11Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayAcrylic on canvasby Larry painting/painters-acrylic-paintings1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact Details‘Could You Love me One More Time’ acrylic on canvasby LarryCanyonby Helen Frankenthaler.

D’source12Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayInto the West, 1977, acrylic on canvasby Helen acrylic-painting/painters-acrylic-paintings1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact Details‘Kiss’ Acrylic on Linenby Bridge Riley (1961).

D’source13Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT Bombay‘Orient 4’ Acrylic on Canvasby Bridge Riley -painting/painters-acrylic-paintings1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact Details‘Two deck chairs’ acrylic on canvasby David Hockney (1972).

D’source14Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CoursePainting MediumsRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayTo start with painting, introduction to different types of mediums and tools is a necessary thing. There are manydifferent mediums used by artists all over the world like, oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink, fresco, gouache, enamel andmany more. Sometimes artist prefer using only one of these or may mix the mediums, totally depending on theirchoice, expertise and style. Each painting medium has its own characteristics and methods to achieve the desiredeffect.Acrylic c-painting/painting-mediums1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsFor novice painters, using acrylic paint is comparatively easier because the medium is flexible and durable. Acrylicpaints are fast drying paints, which are easily available at any stationary store near you. These are easy to usewater-soluble colors and become water-resistant when dry. Depending upon how much color is diluted in wateror oil; a finished acrylic painting can resemble a watercolor or oil painting, or have its own unique characteristic.The quick drying nature of the acrylic colors makes it is easy to work with in terms of storage, especially if youare working on a canvas as you can just roll up the canvas without the fear of paint being cracked or damaged.

D’source15Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseTools and MaterialsRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT BombayPainting is a process of applying paints on a surface with the help of different tools.Acrylic c-painting/tools-and-materials1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsAn acrylic paint can be applied on dry and wax free surfaces like vessels, clothes, walls, etc. For application of thispaint many tools like, brushes, knives, spatulas can be used. There are many types of papers, canvases, and boardsavailable in the market.Below are some of the tools and materials used for painting: Paint colors Brushes Canvases Knives and Spatulas Mixing palette An Easel

D’source16Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT Bombaya. Paint Colors:To start painting, you need few basic colors like titanium blue, black, ultramarine blue, crimson red, yellow ochre.With the combination of these hues, most other paint colors can be made -painting/tools-and-materials1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsNow a days there are many pre mixed colors readily available in the market.

D’source17Digital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT painting/tools-and-materials1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsAcrylic paints come in several ranges from beginners to professionals and are available in bottles and tubes.At the beginner’s level it is preferable to buy small quantities in bottle or tubes, each bottle or tube might costaround 20-200 rupees each. There is not much of a difference between bottled and tube colors.

D’sourceDigital Learning Environment for Design - www.dsource.inDesign CourseAcrylic PaintingRendering Style for IllustrationbyProf. Phani Tetali and Samidha GunjalIDC, IIT Bombay18b. Brushes:Choosing paintbrushes is a very important step in painting because it can totally change the look and feel of thepainting, quality of strokes and texture. In the market there are many types of brushes available. They are mainlycategorized into three types-rounded, flat and filbert brushes, depending upon the shape of the brush tip. Manydifferent materials are used to make paintbrush bristles, the most common are synthetic and boar ainting/tools-and-materials1. Introduction2. History3. Painters - Acrylic Paintings4. Painting Mediums5. Tools and Materials6. Getting Started7. Process8. Things to Remember9. Slide show10. References11. Video12. Contact DetailsIt is easier to use synthetic brushes in the beginning, as they are softer, finer, cheaper, and easy to clean. It is better to have different shaped and sized brushes