poster paint

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poster paint

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poster paint

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poster colour

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(Art Terms) a gum-based opaque watercolour paint used for writing posters, etc
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Noun1.poster paint - pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolkposter paint - pigment mixed with water-soluble glutinous materials such as size and egg yolk
water-base paint - paint in which water is used as the vehicle
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poster paint

ntempera
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Art and craft materials for schools, including poster paints, powder paint, brushes, glitter, craft and needlework materials.
You will need: A piece of paper An old tennis ball Poster paints Method: Put some paint into a container or tray that is wide enough to enable you to dip the tennis ball into the paint.
This is what the Zambian school needs: * Blankets; * Footballs; * Toys and games - new, not secondhand unless in pristine condition (ages six to 16); * Football shirts - various sizes/clubs; * Laminated educational posters and colourful maps; * Classroom equipment: stationery, big pens, paper, exercise books, poster paints and brushes for art work; * Bean bags; * Exercise bikes and bicycles/ large tricycles for play (www.
The one-day show visualized the creative talent of students on canvases with techniques of drawing and painting with pencils, pastels, poster paints and colour markers.
He said: "I was asked to paint a sign with poster paints and I must have enjoyed doing it because I got in my car, parked up and painted a picture of a church.
I was asked to paint a sign with poster paints and I must have enjoyed doing it because I got in my car, parked up, and painted a picture of a church and it started from there," George told the ECHO four years ago.
So, for example, we use poster paints and for the river we use plastic buckets and for the forest we use cardboard boxes.
Applications: Tempera paints, poster paints, finger paints, watercolors and markers
Their grandfather and mother were interested in art - their mother is now considering turning professional - and the boys were encouraged to experiment with poster paints.
Acrylic paints or poster paints may contain many toxic chemicals or lead, especially if they are imported.
Showing a young couple with their two children and pet dog relaxing on a small sailing boat the poster paints an idyllic picture of the Tyneside town.