I Love Hue could be the ideal mobile-phone game for painters. It’s beautifully designed, and it’ll test your sensitivity to various kinds of colour contrast.
The latest episode of the Learn to Paint podcast with Mark Eanes was a great lesson on colour. Although I’m still struggling with this, I found this article from Seattle Artist League on blocking in helpful. Some good example images.
It’s taking me longer and longer to post these because the exercises I’m working on between classes are taking longer. Last Wednesday, we finally got to work with paint. This is what I’d been waiting for.
Another fantastically informative Q&A with Gamblin. I was excited to hear about their 1980, student-grade range of paints. Might speed my entry into oils.
I’ve got a bad cold and am feeling really lousy today, but I went to a local stationery store about bought a few small canvas boards (8x10s) and this colour wheel. I’m really pleased I got it. It covers all the basics of colour theory, including giving explanations of terms such as hue, value, intensityContinue reading “Pocket colour wheel”