Color Theory and Mixing

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COLOR THEORY AND MIXING


Color theory and mixing

This lesson series includes:
1 HD videos • 1 hour of instruction


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DESCRIPTION:

Learn the basics of color theory and how to mix colors using both warm and cool primaries. Expert color mixer, artist, and instructor, Ashley Hurst shares his expertise in this fun and informative hour-long crash course.

MATERIALS FOR THIS SERIES:

Your Choice of Paint Type...

  • Cadmium Yellow and Lemon Yellow
  • Cadmium Red and Alizarin Crimson
  • Phthalo Blue and Ultramarine
  • Titanium White and Ivory Black
  • Palette Knife and Palette


Comments

Color Theory and Mixing — 18 Comments

  1. Awesome sauce! I’ve been changing the natural color of things since I was old enough to spit English peas and blueberries into my little fists said my mom, I have a tendency to believe her cause I still have to fight myself not to spit them to this day lol.
    I Absolutely LOVE COLOUR I love to play with it, change it, use it, be used by it! COLOUR ROCKS MY WORLD! I have actually come here to hopefully learn a bit more about the enemy of mine drawing. When I first found you years ago I couldn’t even draw a stick man well lol. But from your free demos I drew the most gorgeous Apple with Prismas, my roommate, companion, actually wanted to frame the darn thing. That’s when O knew as soon as finances would allow I was in and here I am. I’m very excited please forgive the NOVEL.

  2. Cad yellow light or medium?
    Cad red light or medium?

    You can now purchase Liquitex non cad colors that are a pretty good match. In California, they led the way to labeling paint with Cadmium. I appreciate this as I work with adults and children with special needs and toxins are pretty important consideration.

    Thanks for the informative lesson!

    Sasha

  3. Watching this, I was reminded of a little “time waster” game on my phone called “I Love Hue” in which a bunch of colored blocks are mixed up and you have to put them back in the correct order. It can be quite challenging, and it’s an interesting lesson in how your perception of colors is affected by the colors surrounding them.

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