A practical guide to scene painting for students and novices, as well as a reference for intermediate scene painters. It provides instructions in how to paint a variety of basic and advanced effects commonly needed for the theater. It clarifies the origins of painting techniques. It also includes additional painting projects and their variations.Buckets and Containers Even for painting small, simple pieces of scenery, buckets and containers in which to mix paint ... Most commonly, manufacturers package their products in either of two types of containers: 1. convenient 1- or 5- gallon plastic bucket that ... The only draw back is that many available in hardware and do-it-yourself centers may not come with lids. For the duration of the painting period, 1a4 inch plywood disks may be placed on the top of the bucket, with a weight ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Theatrical Scene Painting|
|Author||:||William H. Pinnell|
|Publisher||:||SIU Press - 2008|