Basic color mixing What is the color of flesh? What is the color of an apple? What is the color of grass? What is the color of the sky? The answer is simple: variations of red, yellow, blue and white. (If you use the cool/warm method, just add a cool and warm of each color: … Continue reading Basic Color Mixing
Color mixing theory color wheel The color wheel it in itself is a very complete theory. Now try using comparing those perfect colors to the paints you purchase at the store. It doesn't work. Pigments have their own properties and colors that do not make the perfection of the color wheel. In fact, the painted … Continue reading Color Mixing Theory
Limited palette. When you learn how to see color clearly, and know which color mixes what, you will begin to do that with everything you see around you. This is an exercise that will help you. Spread out your colors tubes in front of you as though they were piano keys. This should also be … Continue reading Mental Mixing For Practice
Purple is the mixing of blue and red pigments. Violet usually pertains to a flower or the bluish-purple color in the spectrum of light. But regarding its place on the color wheel, it can be listed under a bluish-purple or a purplish-blue, but not exactly purple.