Amazing complimentary colours

Complementary colors are pairs of colors which, when combined, cancel each other out. This means that when combined, they produce a grey-scale color like white or black.[1] When placed next to each other, they create the strongest contrast for those particular two colors. Due to this striking color clash, the term opposite colors is often considered more appropriate than "compl...
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What is glazing and how to use it?

A GLAZE is a thin TRANSPARENT color used over another dry color to create a third color. For example if you put a thinned Quinacridone rose (a transparent color) over blue, you get a violet. If you use a glaze over a similar color you enhance the color. Cast shadows over complex textures are often glazed. A glaze always darkens a color. Creating fluid paints Fluid paints ca...
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Whats up in the Wednesday class…

  30 Colour Mixing Tips For Artists How to Mix Colours When Painting Here, we are concerned not with the theory of colour, but rather its practice: that is, how to combine pigments in order to obtain the required hues, or tints/shades of a particular hue. Even so, a knowledge of the colour wheel, along with an understanding of the difference between primary, seconda...
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How to paint with a Pallette knife by Leonie.e.Brown ARTist for lifeartschool

Published on Aug 21, 2015 Palette knife painting is a bit like spreading butter on bread. It is important to know how to hold a Pallet knife and to choose the right knife for the area you are working in. In this video Leonie.e.BrownARTist, will be showing you how to make those choices as well as teaching you what to do when you get stuck. Leonie.e.Brown is a Cape Town ...
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