Vernici Liuteria

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About Vernici Liuteria

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  • Birthday 02/07/85

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  1. Instrument varnished with my product

    No pigment . Only all-trasparent varnish . This is a madder-zinc rosinate oil varnish created with my method.for this varnish i use cold pressed linseed oil clarify to the sun .
  2. Instrument varnished with my product

    Zinc-Madder rosinate dry to the sun I modified the michaelman method to concentrate the coloring principle to the maximum
  3. Instrument varnished with my product

    Work by Ornella Ceci Ground - rosin zinc varnish Color layer - rosin iron varnish Exposed to Castello Sforzesco - Milan
  4. Instrument varnished with my product

    Hi Ernest ! I'm glad it's all intact ! The transparency for one who makes varnish is the first thing, first because the varnish should be transparent, the second thing ... a transparent varnish means a varnish well done. About the red paint, even being red I use it to turn orange, the method is inspired by that of michelman, with many variations. The most important is to concentrate the higher content of alizarin, removing other substances in the infusion of water and madder root . thank you
  5. Instrument varnished with my product

    https://www.facebook.com/vernici.liuteria/ THIS IS MY FACEBOOK PAGE
  6. Instrument varnished with my product

    Thanks
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  9. Instrument varnished with my product

    The wood is catching fire , thanks for photo Christian
  10. CLEANING VIOLINS? DO NO HARM!

    I use a mix of vaseline oil and dearomatize naphta on my oil varnish
  11. Instrument varnished with my product

    Amber oil varnish 1:1
  12. Instrument varnished with my product

    Ground : rosin zinc oil varnish rato : 1:1 final layer : Amber oil varnish 1:1 polished with wax tripoli polish
  13. Instrument varnished with my product

    A violin varnished only with amber varnish
  14. Instrument varnished with my product

    laudavi semper
  15. Instrument varnished with my product

    Hi Julian , the sealer is the ground in this case ,I never agreed with the use of a base that blocked the penetration of oil paint, on this I agree with Michelman's ideas