Art creation Refers to offering something new. That has never been done before. In the arts. It can be done by implementing methods of formulating artistic elements by using elements. Such as lines, colors, weights, surfaces, shapes, and shapes. As a means of conveying. And through various techniques in painting may use crayons, oil paints, watercolor paints, acrylic paints, powder paints or blending techniques, etc.
1. Coloring technique for smooth, sharp edges
It is a method of painting colors to show the shape and shape of images clearly. Clearly divide the boundary between the image and the ground or the ground and the image. Or to create a square as a ridge, the method is to paint as the desired edge. Then let it go Does not cause harmonization, most will focus on painting geometry. There are outer lines or sharp edges in 2 dimensions with no-trace paint brush marks. Notable artists of this genre are Ellsworth Kelly, who likes to create geometric shapes in strange shapes, and Kenneth Noland.
2. The technique of painting, smoothing and cutting lines.
It is a drawing of ancient paintings, using line cutting to help make the picture look beautiful. Such as ufabet Thai art.
3. Technique for smoothing, grading, light weight
By giving the paintings a light weight, the paintings look life-like, creating a volume and realistic look.
Sculpture method techniques
It is the creation of visual art 3D shapes from tough, flexible and bonded materials. Popular materials used to sculpt include clay, clay, plaster, flour, wax, paper or sawdust mixed with glue.
It is the creation of visual art 3D shapes from hard and brittle materials by means of tools. Popular materials for carving include wood, stone, glass, glass, plaster.
It is the creation of visual art 3D shapes from materials that can be fusible and hardenable. By mold Which can produce the same results in all respects 2 or more. Popular materials used for casting include metal, cement, flour, glass, wax, clay, resin, plastic.
It is the creation of visual arts, 3D shapes by using various materials. Come together and bond together with various materials. The method for creating the sculpture depends on the material you want to use.
Techniques of printing methods
It is print using a roller that rolls the ink and then rolls over the mold. The ink from the roller is fixed only on the upper surface of the convex area. The deeper parts will not be inked. Techniques used in this process are woodcut prints, linocut prints, rubber stamps, prints from various scrap materials.
The technique of printing images from the depth or depth of the mold
It is printing in which the colors are in the grooves that make the mold deeper. By using metal sheets to make molds, the most common used are copper plates and deepened by etching acid. Able to print jobs with high resolution and clarity. In the past, it was used for printing books, scriptures, maps, documents, stamps and banknotes, and now it is used for printing art and banknotes. Techniques used in this process are etching prints, aquatint prints, drypoint prints.
3. Flat surface printing technique (Planner)
It is printing by allowing the color to stick on the smooth surface of the mold. Without digging or carving the surface down But using chemicals to help In printing before rolling the ink. Must use water to moisturize the skin of the mold. When the wax is rolled over the mold. The waxed inks will only be attached to the waxed image. Printing ink will not stick on the water-moistened part of stone Then bring the paper to cover on the mold Press to press the ink to jam the paper. Resulting in the desired image Techniques used in this process are lithographs, offset prints, monoprint prints.
4. Stencill printing technique
is a process of printing through a mold that creates a hole in the form as shown below. Techniques used for this process are silk screen prints or perforated prints, paper, metal or plastic sheets.