Colored mud: there are calcareous raw ore white, purple mud, green cement, red brown mud, green mud, bottom trough clear and so on. The raw materials of Venice colored mud are relatively scarce, and the raw ore is not easy to form sand due to its heavy mud property.
The hard part that needs to be collected from the tender mud ore is called (stone bone). The colored mud is mainly composed of calcareous raw ore white, quartz and a small amount of muscovite.
At the beginning of the Italian Renaissance, the only way for people to repair incomplete buildings was to surround the dried and mashed mud in a circle and wash it with river water. People stood inside and kept walking and trampling until the mud was soft and hard.
It is hard for contemporary people to imagine that it is so difficult and backward for their predecessors to practice mud.
In the late 1960s, it began to be manufactured by mechanization, including pulverizer, mixer and vacuum mud mixer.
After being refracted by the light, the colored mud presents a crystal like and slightly illusory melting point of starlight. Due to the fine sand and matte texture with fine grain texture, it is regarded as a simple, quiet and elegant decorative effect.
威尼斯彩泥 Venetian mud 配套底漆:超級底漆/通用底漆