We have to remember that colour is not a natural phenomenon that follows a set of rules like gravity, it is highly variable depending on the amount of light and the colours of objects adjacent. A car may appear to be red in colour during the day yet will appear ...
29, October 2012admin
It is easy to talk about techniques and methods of painting, colour mixing and how to apply paint, but none of these important issues are relevant, unless you have some idea of what you want to paint. Often it is getting the ideas that is the most difficult bit, so this ...
30, September 2011admin
It is very useful to know whether a colour is warm or cool when mixing paint. There are a number of ways of working out this out. Firstly, these days manufacturers of artist quality paint will often label colours red shade, green or blue shade eg: ...
23, August 2010admin
Mixing greys to provide the subtlety required in oil/acrylic painting cannot be achieved by simply mixing black and white together. Try this for an idea. Take the three primary colours; Red, Yellow and Blue – which particular red, yellow etc will affect the outcome ...
13, January 2009admin