Color Theory: Mixing Paint Colors : Color Theory: Mixing Tertiary Colors

Color Theory: Mixing Paint Colors : Color Theory: Mixing Tertiary Colors


Now you don’t have to use a palette like I’m
using you can just go ahead and use paper plate, not paper plates, plastic plates. Paper
plates will soak up your color and you’ll lose a lot of paint along the way. But, you
know, palettes come in a tremendous range of sizes and shapes. And you know you’ll have
to just develop your own kind of feel for it. Now I’m making the blue violet which is
of course the blue with the violet. OK, there we go. That’ll work. And the blue violet goes
here.
And then we have a blue green. Which means that you mix the blue with some green. So
I have blue. I had some green on my brush from before. I think I need a little bit more
blue. And you have a blue green. And that’s the
tertiaries. And we pretty much have it covered here because I made the yellow green before.
So, you’ve got your primaries, your secondaries and your tertiaries.

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