Chapter 2b - Color Temperature - Quick Color Study
Chapter 2b - Color Temperature - Quick Color Study
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Chapter 2b - Color Temperature - Quick Color Study

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Chapter 2b - Color Temperature - Quick Color Study

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Marco Bucci
This lesson is a continuation of chapter 2 where we apply what we have learned with a quick color study demonstration.
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younchen
I love this course, Here is my first attamption .lol
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Edward Burgos
Here's a color study I did of a more rural area. I didn't a great job of keeping the shadows cool and the lights warm. Some areas have shadow values that lean more towards the warm side and some that lean towards the cool side despite the entirety of the scene being bullied by the same light source. Will need to try to always have the bully in mind and how strong the bully is going into these studies.
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Matt Tsui
Tried this out today
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Rafael Mersmann
Hi guys, I tried to apply what I learned in a Study from my own Photo reference. What do you think?
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younchen
Cool !
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Rafael Mersmann
Second Photo Study.
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shadow
Hello there  I was hoping I could get some feedback and critique on my study.
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prymitywizm
Hi, great job! Very readable picture with clear blueish light. Nice If I can recommend something, I think you have the same problem as me - you are afraid o using too saturated and dark colours and because o that everything looks grayish and flat. Try checking values to be sure that darks and lights are push enough.
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Claire Yuan
Hi Marco, thank you so much for this course. In this chapter, you helped me "see" the temperature of colors and how warm or cool light affect the object and its environment. I am more conscious when looking at the color of light sources, the local color, reflective light, and shadows now. Your Youtube video about ambient occlusion also helped a lot. Many thanks, and all critiques are welcome!
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Sebastian Carrillo
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Sebastian Carrillo
And here's a practice I did based on this reference
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Winnie Chen
hehehe..
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Adrian Tomalla
Great Demonstration! I was wondering how much time would would you recommend to spend on one quick study? 10-15 minutes?
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doppio
I won't ever forget about the sun being a bully! Great way to make sure students make those associations on their own when the time comes to put it into practice. Really thankful you showed Felix's work too, I hadn't heard of him and his art looks absolutely stunning. Gotta check him out!
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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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