Sculpture Painting’s Art and Techniques, the impression on canvas or other surface types of three-dimensional subjects, mainly flowers, using special shaping paste
Certainly, in the original painting in which the 3d effect is created in common painting colors, the slightly embossed face in whole and in part of the subject is not something modern (oils, watercolors, acrylics).
The main difference in Sculpture Painting amongst other things is the use of exclusive white or colored paste for shape.
The pulp is made of a spatula – sculpting knives – its structure is quite similar to that of plaster, but more “foamy” and is available in all shops and in different shades in materials for buildings.
The fundamental design outlines are first outlined with a canvas or any other surface in wood, paper, etc., and then using a “filled” spatula with paste.
The most common topic in Sculpture Paintings is the individual flower arrangements, particularly because the 3d effect on petals, leaves, etc. is particularly impressive due to its morphology and is easier to make using a suited spatula in comparison to more complex forms.
The Sculpture Painting molding paste is malleable and can be worked with spaces or aids or by hand or brush until it is fully solidified so that the shapes are finished and stand in a way that produces the most natural and intense tridimensional effect.
The color is added only in sculpture paintings by a paste of various shades, so no further painting is necessary when it consolidates.
After the project is finished, the liquid protection coating is used, after the paste has been completely solidified.
With the spatulas, all further details are created on the petal leaves of the flowers, apart from the basic design theme, whereas the combination and successful color mixing in points are also crucial for a good result.
This is a technique which requires greater knowledge and skills “sculpture” than painting because the subject can be copied from the simple print of the flowers on the desktop, whereas its composition is clearly the more difficult and differs from that in the simple “amateur” structures in such a small size and in different shades.
Sculpture Painting requires learning or many times of practice, just like all the techniques of arts that use materials such as plaster, clay, etc.
Experimenting to achieve a satisfactory level of complex training and large-scale production work.
The contrasts in color and the use of intense and dark shades also determine the esthetic outcome of the sculpture painting work and can differentiate from totally realistic or, just as in painting with flowers, the final outcome.
The most modern art style, romantic.