A Painting Lesson In Colour

This video was devised to help the beginner to intermediate painter establish their grounds and be more confident with using color in their paintings. He talks about modern color theory and basically casts a diverse overview of everything surrounding colors and how to be selective with their use.

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    1. The greatest information and so welll stated to explain light in ways I’ve tried to understand through reading about Turner, Gaugin, Matisse, the Hudson River painters,and Parrish. I really thought i knew a bit but you are so great I realize how much I did not know. Thank you so much for sharing. So much of our world is based around money I am impressed 2 learn so painlessly. Thank you! I’ll try to pass the good vibes forward!

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    2. Thank you for posting this video. I have been painting for many years but I learned something from your video. I am intrigued with the fact that you can stare at a true color for an amount of time and then see the color opposite. Thank you again this is inspiring me to work on a painting today.

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    3. The most useful explanation of colour that I’ve read or seen. I’ll be checking out all your videos. I’m coming back to painting after a decades long absence so I’m a beginner again. You are a natural teacher. Thanks so much for sharing your knowledge.

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    4. ‘ the process was taxing on the artists’? looks like they just less work into their paintings for fun. Perhaps it was a joke among the artists to see who could draw the shittiest piece of art with the biggest payout, and the self proclaimed ‘sophisticated’ would try to ‘understand the art’ lol

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    5. When you removed the yellow square at 4:58 I saw a blue square. I was actually tricked into assuming this was a video effect you’d put in – but when I rewound and played back… sure enough the screen really was blank. Best demo of this effect I’ve ever come across.

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