And you can see, the more that I mix this,
the duller it’s getting. I mean it’s, you know it’s hard to believe that that is, comes
from that which is so much brighter. But that’s the thing you got to remember. Every time
you mix two pigments together, you are going to lose, lose some pigment strength. You know.
It’s just not going to be as bright a color as it was. So we’re going to put that. See?
It’s like, it’s getting a terribly dull pink. And I am going to add in like coming to the
white, instead of adding into that, because I do that forever in a day and just see if
I can get a lighter pink. Now obviously with this, it looks like we could get, we could
get lighter even than that. But, there we go. So you got this gradation of pinks. We’re
going to go in the other direction and get dark. And all you do is take your red and
you start adding black to it. And black can change things really, really fast. And it
does certainly darken the color. I mean, the first thing everybody does is go, “Oh, I got
to have a dark color, I’ll add black. You know. Again, its really going to affect the
brilliance of your color. Dark, black especially kind of dulls colors. After all, it’s usually
made from you know, a carbon which is nothing more than a soot from your candle really.
And so it’s literally you’re dirtying your paint. But you can see that you get darker
and darker and darking and how darker can you get and still say that it’s red. And here’s
the last one I think. This is dark, as much black has I can get it and still say that