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Color Wheels for the Artist
Every artist—from beginner to expert—uses color to create. Whether a painting contains succulent grapes in a deep violet or crumbling castle ruins in stormy payne's gray, it's the colors that make the scenes eye-catching and vibrant. But sometimes a single color can't capture the beauty of an image or object. Now, with Color Wheels for the Artist, you can preview the shades and hues that will result from mixing two colors—and determine if they're right for your vision.87% (10)
What happens when you mix violet and cadmium lemon? Or hooker's green and burnt sienna? How dark is the hue that results from the combination of permanent rose and Prussian blue? Or orange and cadmium red? Simply spin the color wheel and find out! With eight step-by-step projects, as well as instructions on color mixing and applying color and lists of materials needed, Color Wheels for the Artist offers ample opportunities for artists to experiment and experience the full spectrum of color. You'll also develop key skills and build the confidence every artist needs to succeed.
From the first brushstroke on paper to the final product, Color Wheels for the Artist helps you harness the power of color—and become the best artist you can
Artist Color Wheel
I created this card for Stamping A to Z's A is for ... (art journal), B is for... (Basic Grey), and C is for ... (ColorBox) challenges. The background is patterned paper from a Basic Grey Kioshi 6x6 paper pad (KIO-2344 Yuriko). It reminds me of color wheels, which is why I picked it for this card. To make the focal image, I stamped Inkadinkado 97460-An Affair of the Heart (tattoo heart with banner) using ColorBox Blue Lagoon chalk ink, from their Primary Elements chalk queue. Next I stamped letters from Hero Arts® CL183-Sparkle Clear™ Cute Letters to spell "artist" using ColorBox Lavender chalk ink from the same queue. I colored in the sword in the design using a Sakura Stardust clear glitter gel pen for sparkle and shine. I cut and dry embossed the focal image with Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Eleven and made a cut and dry embossed matte using Labels Eighteen. I tied metallic purple cord around the black matte and then adhered the focal piece to it. I mounted the matte to the card base using foam squares for dimension. The crystal jewels are iridescent rhinestone stickers from Recollections. Thanks for looking! :-)Natures color-wheel v1.4
The second of 3 challenges for the New Kids on the Block challenge at Digital Scrapbook Place...using the color wheel. I am no artist, and I really don't like the darned thing, but I decided to make my own with some of the nature photos I have taken. Not too bad, if I do say so.
Developed by the same team that created Artist's Manual and Art Class, both top-selling art reference books, Artist's Color Manual is the ultimate guide to color for visual artists. Whether they work in oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, colored pencils, or inks, artists of all stripes will find information and ideas flowing from every profusely illustrated page. Renowned art instructor Simon Jennings begins with a basic introduction to color theory, the color wheel, and the art of mixing pigments. The heart of the Artist's Color Manual is a comprehensive guide to mixing and creating each color of the spectrum, from primaries to tricky neutrals, flesh tones, and metallics. Additional chapters focus on techniques, such as mixing media, that create color in both traditional and unexpected ways. Examples of work by accomplished artists and interviews with leading painters suggest creative ideas for color use. With expert instruction, detailed information, and inspiring visuals, Artist's Color Manual is especially helpful for those who are learning to paint, yet speaks with definitive authority to all artists looking to perfect their craft.