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Anne 29 Nov Reply. Thanks very much for your kind words, really glad you are finding the site helpful on your journey into painting. Will Kemp 8 Jul Reply. It depends on your level of mixing capability, the style or art, the color scheme you like to work with. Thank you for your help : and so fast too!
This collection of colors is your color palette! There are some handy tools that can help you identify colors in images.
My favorite is a Google Chrome extension called Palette for Chrome. When it's installed, you can right-click on any image online and it will create a color palette from that image!
Now that you have your color palette you have to actually mix the colors in your medium of choice so you can use it in your art. One advantage of gouache is that I can keep working from the same supply of colors over a long period of time. All I have to do is add water to activate the pigments again.
Make note of the "recipe" you used to mix each color. As you can see, it's nothing fancy but it makes it possible for me to recreate what I did before.
Most of these are spot illustrations that I used to make patterns. The ones above are the actual illustrations I painted for Bonnie's class and then converted to vector art in Adobe Illustrator. The ones below are flowers that I'll be using in my next collection! And, if you are curious about starting a regular, sustainable art practice, but a little nervous or find yourself wondering how you would ever find time for it, I invite you to join Sketchbook Magic.
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