Colored plaster to work in the author's technique of Eugene Yermilova "Sculptural painting" color "Lilac".
Lilac plaster has a gentle warm shade of light lilac color.In volumetric painting, decorative lilac plaster is well suited for creating flowers: roses, crocuses, hyacinths, irises, rhododendron, lilies, gladioli and, of course, lilacs.
Colored plaster "Lilac" resembles spring blossoming flowers of the same name perennial shrub.About the beautiful blooming lilac many legends and will take!The most famous: if you find a lilac flower with 5 petals, then a wish come true!Maybe that's why lilac color is called magical and mysterious?
Contains natural fibers in its composition, which allows it to hold a volume of up to 3 cm, allows making fine petals, and also gives "shaggyness."Applied with a palette knife.
One kilogram of plaster on average is enough for 2-3 small works.
Detailed information about working with decorative plaster is contained in myvideo courses.
The shelf life of the plaster in a tightly closed package is up to 2 years.Outdoors dries in 1-7 days depending on the layer.After drying, it becomes firm as a stone.Practically does not shrink.Does not crack when dry, subject to proper drying technology (do not use a building dryer)
Available in plaster colors can be found in the catalog.When thickened, it is possible to add a little water and mix thoroughly, without beating.
After complete drying, it is recommended to cover with matte varnish.This will protect the work from moisture and UV rays.
In case of accidental contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water.
During the work it is desirable to use gloves and overalls.In case of contact with open skin, wash with warm water and soap.
Do not swallow.Keep out of the reach of children.
Waste plaster can not be drained into the sewer.Dispose of as construction waste.