Chapter 2a - Color Temperature - Warm vs. Cool
Chapter 2a - Color Temperature - Warm vs. Cool
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Chapter 2a - Color Temperature - Warm vs. Cool

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Chapter 2a - Color Temperature - Warm vs. Cool

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Marco Bucci
This chapter breaks down the essentials of how warm moves to cool (and vice versa) through photo studies and painted studies.
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Angel Contreras
Hi Marco, great course. Wish I had an instructor as clear when I was in school. Anyhow, you refer to brushes included with the course that you use, I am not sure where to get a hold of them. Is there a link?
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giaogiao
Can't believe he turns a kinder garden coloring into something like thattt
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AJ Nouri
Waw, the exercice with the photo is spectacular on how cool and worm colors work!
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mameko
Hi Marco and fellow students, I have a question about color tempreture. Is there a warmest warm and coldest cold color ? The vedio said warmer "red" will go towards orange. If I want to have a warmer "orange", which way should I go ? towards "red" ? I am a bit confused. Same question for the cobalt, if I want a colder "cobalt", which way should I go on the color wheel ? Thanks,
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Douglas Adams
If you want your orange to feel warmer or your cobalt to feel colder, I think it might have more to do with the colors you pick to put around them than the hue of the color itself.
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Matthew Manghi
Here’s my try at said tree. Thoughts?
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Nancy Yocom
This looks like cool colors to me. Some of the green in the tree top looks warmer. But I think he was explaining that all the colors in the sun, will be warm. So, the grass in the sun should be more towards yellow than blue.
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unicodeee
holly F, Marco Bucci is a genius. I think I should relearn to paint like a kindergarten from now on.
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doppio
This has been really great so far! Been following your YT for a long time and I always found you to be a great teacher. So happy to be learning so much from you! Thanks a lot
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Adrian Tomalla
That was just the first half of the second chapter but i feel like i already have learned so much.
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soupguy
fr fr
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Christopher Beaven
Totally agree!
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Marco Bucci began serious study of art when he was 19. He began with drawing fundamentals for 3 years before discovering a love for painting.
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