Painting Color Temperatures : Condensed Warm & Cool Colors

Painting Color Temperatures : Condensed Warm & Cool Colors


Another really great hint that I’m going to
give you and something you always want to keep in mind is try to avoid using black at
all costs. In fact, I don’t even own any black paint. I did once, and I threw it away, because
I wanted to make sure I didn’t use it. Because black can really destroy a painting. It can
really muddy up your colors when you mix it with warm and cool colors. You want it, if
you need a dark color, just go for a really condensed, really the darkest warm or cool
color you have. If you’ve got a red that is a really dark condensed red, try and use that,
or mix it with some of the darkest blue that you have, or use the darkest blue for the
black instead of black. Like usually, you’re only going to need it with shading, because
colors on things aren’t usually that dark so if you need a black, a dark color, try
and use either your darkest condensed red or your darkest condensed blue, or mixing
them if you really need a black.

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