Table of contents for Acrylic revolution : new tricks & techniques for working with the world's most versatile medium / Nancy Reyner.

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Essential Acrylic Tips 8
Materials 10
Palette Ideas 12
Set Up 13
Glossary 14
Section I
You Can Paint on Anything
# 1 Canvas 
# 2 Paper & Cardboard 
# 3 Wood & Wood Panel
# 4 Patterned Fabric
# 5 Silk
# 6 Metal
# 7 Glass
# 8 Objects
Section II
You Can Paint with Anything
# 9 Dancing With Brushes 
# 10 Palette Knives
# 11 Rags
# 12 Painting with String
# 13 Sponge Effects
# 14 Brayers
# 15 Eyedroppers
# 16 Toothbrush Spritzing
# 17 Feathers
# 18 Paint Tubes
Section III
Surface Treatments and Grounds
# 19 Absorbent Surfaces
# 20 Non Absorbent Surfaces
# 21 Gritty Textured Absorbent Surface
# 22 Soft Textured Absorbent Surface
# 23 Mixed Surface Using Acrylic Products
# 24 Mixed Surface Using Collaged Papers
# 25 Linear Resist
# 26 Painted Resist
# 27 Drawing Resist with Oil Pastel and Crayon
# 28 Cracked Surface
# 29 Metallic Underpainting
Section IV
Spatial Effects
# 30 Condensed Space
# 31 Veiling to Create Depth
# 32 Subtle Color Fields
# 33 Textural Layering to Create Depth
# 34 Contrasting Edges
# 35 Atmospheric Space Using a Watersprayer
# 36 Atmospheric Space with Sanding
# 37 Dry Brushing
# 38 Bright and Dull Color Contrasts
# 39 Contrast with Value Tones
# 40 Using Warm and Cool Hues
# 41 Embedding Objects for 3D Depth
Section V
Texture
# 42 Product Considerations for Texture
# 43 Reinforcing Your Picture with Texture
# 44 Contrasting Texture
# 45 Experimental Texture
# 46 Hatched Line Texture 
# 47 Pressing Shapes Into the Surface
# 48 Crackle Effects with Hyde Glue
# 49 Fresco Effects with Crackle Paste
# 50 Peeling Paint with Vaseline
# 51 Plastic Wrap
# 52 Alcohol Dissolve
Section VI
Transfers, Collage and Mixed Media
# 53 Poured Shapes
# 54 Reusing Your Old Palettes
# 55 Gluing Paper 
# 56 Gluing Objects
# 57 Metallic Leaf and Acrylic
# 58 Drawing Over Acrylic
# 59 Stabilizing Drawings Over Acrylic
# 60 Sticker Mania
# 61 Transfer Skins
# 62 Direct Transfers
# 63 Foundation Drawing with Transfers
Section VII
Innovative Stenciling and Line Work
# 64 Make Your Own Stencils
# 65 Raised Stenciling
# 66 Rainbow Stenciling
# 67 Getting Sharp Edges
# 68 Controlling Ripped Edges
# 69 Quick & Easy Spray Equipment
# 70 Integrating Line Effects 
# 71 Ultra Fine Lines
# 72 Ruling Pens
# 73 Scrafito
Section VIII
Customize Your Paint
# 74 Drying Slower
# 75 Drying Faster
# 76 Thicker for Texture
# 77 Brushless and Smooth
# 78 "Jackson Pollock" Drips 
# 79 Staining Control
# 80 Pigment Control
# 81 Light But Still Bright 
# 82 Changing Opaque to Transparent
# 83 Changing Transparent to Opaque
# 84 Maintaining Color Intensity
Section IX
Simulating Other Mediums
# 85 Simulated Watercolor 
# 86 Beyond Watercolor
# 87 It Feels Like Oil
# 88 Old Master's Glazing
# 89 Oil-like Blending
# 90 Simulating Oil Refraction
# 91 Faux Tempera
# 92 Faux Encaustic
Section X
Reflective Paints, Magical Effects and Finishing Sheens
# 93 Holographic Effects with Interference Paints
# 94 Faux Metallic Paints
# 95 Real Metallic Paints
# 96 Marbleized Skins
# 97 Marbleized Painting Layers
# 98 Sheens: Glossy, Matte or Satin
# 99 Making a Print Look Like a Painting
# 100 Antique Pour
# 101 Glassy Gloss Look with Pours
Bonus Tips 
# 102 Cleaning Up 117
# 103 Archival Considerations 118
# 104 Varnishing and Care
Gallery 120
Index 126 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Acrylic painting -- Technique.