My sixth project from Little Ways to Learn Acrylics. The border should have been a lot subtler, so the blue showed through more. Not quite a Rothko. 🙂
A really helpful guide to the difference between these colour-theory terms.
My fifth project from Little Ways to Learn Acrylics. This was the one my eldest daughter asked me to paint for her. I found it quite hard—especially mixing the greens and greys, which didn’t really come out like the book. This was my second attempt too (I chucked the first one in the bin).
My fourth project from Little Ways to Learn Acrylics. Finally got to use some of my warm colours.
I’ve been reading a bit about colour theory and had a go at creating my first colour wheels. The wheel on the left is based on my warm primaries, and the one on the right is based on my cool primaries. You can see I completely stuffed up some (most?) of the mixing, especially alongContinue reading “Colour wheels”