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By Marion Boddy-Evans
A seascape in which I used a velatura of titanium white for the mist coming off the sea.
A velatura is a thin layer of opaque paint, spread out so it creates a milky or foggy haze that obscures some of what's beneath it, but not all. It's like a glaze, but created using an opaque or semi-opaque pigment rather than a transparent one.
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