Are you an artist and need to display your paintings in a virtual room to present to your clients?
Do you want to display your art professionally with just a click of a button?
Are you looking for a quick and easy program that will allow you to get this done quickly and efficiently?
THIS IS WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN SEARCHING FOR!
About this software:
This unique program will allow you to quickly insert your painting (to include painting that is composed of multiple panels) into a variety of different virtual rooms, you will be able to resize the image(s) of your painting in virtual room, and change background colors of the walls. When you have chosen the background color simply save the final image as a .jpg or .png format and insert it into your website, blog, eBay, Etsy or an email.
Display Your Paintings in a Virtual Rooms Software
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT!
In order to use this software: first you will need to subscribe to it by either becoming a Gold Member or by subscribing to this software for only $14.95/month. Thereafter, you will need to go back to this page after you login with your username and password. The “Software Painting Online” blue button will appear in the middle of this page for you to access this software at any time for as long as you are subscriber. If you have difficulties with using this software please do not hesitate to visit “Contact” page and email me your request with the issues you experiencing. Please allow 24 hours for me to respond to your inquiry.
To understand how this program “Display Your Painting” works please watch this introduction video.
How do I cancel my membership (subscription)?:
To cancel your account please follow these few simple steps:
These steps apply to Personal PayPal accounts. If you have a Business account, please log in to your account to see the steps that apply to you.
Cancelling a subscription cancels all future scheduled payments of that subscription. A subscription can be cancelled up until the day of the next scheduled payment.
Log in to your PayPal account. Click the Profile icon next to “Log out.” Select Preapproved Payments under “Payment settings.” Select the merchant whose agreement you want to cancel and Click Cancel. Click Cancel Profile to confirm your request.
Sign up for Display Painting Software only.
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Acrylic Abstract Painting Video Categories
When you begin to create your abstract painting one thing that you must decide is what type of theme you would like to approach.
We tend to think of paint as something that must be applied to a surface, and that's all most paints are capable of, until now. Acrylics are plastic; they dry to form a solid flexible, transparent skin. While we know that these qualities make for a durable paint medium, what may be a surprise is that they also give acrylics the ability to be used as sculptural tools. Without the sustenance of a support, acrylic paint becomes so much more than mere coating. You can whip it, carve it, slice it, dice it, smear or spread it into a solid mass or sheet. And once you have done that, you can inprovise to create incredible soft sculptures. The warm acrylic film will stick very well to itself, as well as to other things. It can be stretched, stuck, or pured onto a surface to coat an armature or object. Sheets of dried acrylic, colors and mediums can be used to produce translucent and rigid sculptures that can stand alone or be made to appear to drip from the walls and ceiling. Creating a freestanding, three-dimensional acrylic paint sculpture can be a tricky process for two reason. First, the acrylic paint film is a soft, pliant material, in order to give the film enough rigidity to hold its shape, the acrylic sheet must be reinforced with some type of internal support. The support can be flexible one, such as a pliable wire, or a rigid one, like a bamboo skewer. The second challenge to creating freestanding sculptures is that acrylics are a thermoplastic, and thus the ambient temperature has to be takken into account. heat will cause the film to sag, stretch, and stick to itself, while cooler temperatures will make the acrylic stiffen and be susceptible to breakage. The solution here would be to build three-dimensional projects at room temperature. Sculpting with acrylic presents some unique possibilities. The acrylic sheets can be made to llok like fused glass by combining acrylic color in different stages of drying, or items can be embedded into the soft acrylic to accent sculptural work.
Purplose of Acrylic Ground
The purpose of acrylic ground is to protect and seal the support plus provide the paint with something to bond to. Absorbent asupports like paper, wood, and canvas will readily soak up the paint. Applying a gesso or other base coat not only seals the material but allows the paint to flow more freely over the surface instead of geeting caught in the grain. Priming the paint support is economical as well as vital to the longevity of a piece.
Priming wood and wood products
Priming wood and wood products is of particular importance for several reasons:
1. Change in temperature causes wood to shrink, expand, and warp, which can stretch the paint film beyond its tolerance.
2. Water absorption into the wood either from exterior sources or from the paint itself will cause the wood to expand while wet and contract as the paint dries. This could cause the paint to dry unevenly, which can trigger cracking or cratering
3. Any sap still present in the wood can inhibit proper curing in the paint, and can stain light colors.
4. Large knots in wood should always be sealed with proper wood sealer before being primed with an acrylic product.
Guaring against acrylic paint damage
Even thoroughly dried acrylic can sometimes fall prey to water, chemical, or mildew damage. One way to guard against this is to seal a porous support in order to inhibit the absorption of any agents that could have an adverse affect on the paint film
acrylic retarder and flow release agents are translucent and can become slightly gray or yellowish as they age and are exposed to UV light. This light discoloration in no way affects the hue of the paint, as once it has done its job, it comple
Josiah Rodriguez BekeWhen you begin a piece do you have a clear vision in your head? Also, how do you decide when your piece is finished?I have been struggling with this...REPLYThank you Josiah for your questions. I usually start with a blurry idea of what I want to paint. I plan in my head on […]
Pam Stefanikquestion Peter - I see you leave the lids off the paints while you work how do theynot dry out?REPLYGreat question Pam. The paint I am using "Basics" by Liquitex is very thick in its consistency and it takes a very long time for it to dry out.
Maria HegdalI have a question. I heard that you should never use water with acrylics on canvas. Because the colors let go of the canvas after a while. But I see a lot of artists use water.What is correct?Reply:I have to note that the biggest thing you need to keep in mind is what type […]
Carlos M.hey peter, I'm a new student and have been watching your videos learning the techniques you have displayed for us. I use the sponge for the drop shadow areas to create some depth but sometimes the paint comes up from the canvas. I'm using some matte medium and water along with the paint to […]