Searching for a “Color Mixing for Dummies” lesson? Yes, color mixing can be confusing, but Darrell Crow breaks down this important painting technique.
Now that you understand the basics of color mixing - its importance and how charts and sticks are used - it’s time to learn how to make your own color charts.
It’s time to get your hands dirty in this third lesson of a series on color mixing. Get out your mixing knife and create a color chart using numerical ratios.
What better way to practice color mixing than to paint a portrait of two furry, shiny golden retrievers? Learn about oil painting tones, tints and shades.
Continue learning about color mixing acrylic or oil paints with this lesson on matching colors for a photograph of two golden retriever dogs.
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