油絵具を着色剤とした混合技法による不飽和ポリエステル製立体造形表現  [in Japanese] Mixing Oil Paint as Color into Unsaturated Polyester Resin in Solid Modeling  [in Japanese]

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<p>本研究は,プラスチック素材による立体造形表現において,肌の質感を出すため,油絵具と不飽和ポリエステル樹脂を混合した技法を試みた。従来の商業製品による着色技法においては,品質と機能性を与えるため,プラスチック専用着色トナーによる外部着色と内部着色が開発されてきた。しかしながら,専用トナーは粒子が大きいため,発色が高く,筆者が描く肌の質感を生み出すことができない。粒子の細かい自然な肌質を得られる油絵具を着色剤とした。仮説として,油絵具の着色剤がもたらす効果は,透明感を持ちながら光沢感の無い肌質が得られる。芸術表現における人体や動物表現などの作者の主観的イメージを作品へ吹き込み,有機的な特徴を表現できる。樹脂と撹拌可能な油絵具の種類を調査し,有機的な肌の質感を再現する技法を確立した。結論として,商業製品には得られない芸術表現独自の質感を得る混合技法を見出した。</p>

<p>In this research, the technique in which the combination of unsaturated polyester resin with oil paint to create skin texture in solid modeling using plastic materials will be elaborated. In conventional coloring techniques using commercial products, external coloration and internal coloration have been developed to impart quality and functionality. However, the resulting colors are too vivid because the particles are too large, and the toner, which is exclusive to coloring resin, cannot the achieve texture of skin according to the author's intention. Therefore, the author used oil paints because of its ability to mimic the texture of skin due to its small particles. As a hypothesis, by using oil paints as the colorant, the author can achieve the intended transparency with a matte texture similar to human skin. Through this method, we would be able to effectively express the organic features of humans and animals in art. The author investigated and utilized the method of mixing resin and oil paint, and established the technique for reproducing the texture of organic skin in solid modeling using plastic. As a conclusion, the author successfully founded the technique in which texture in art expression can be realized by using ordinary commercial coloring products.</p>

Journal

  • Studies in Art Education

    Studies in Art Education 49(1), 105-112, 2017

    University Art Education Society of Japan

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130006594855
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AA12831535
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    2433-2038
  • NDL Article ID
    029701290
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-1788
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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