Chapter 4 - How to Make Colors Vibrate
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Does anyone know how to apply this when the local color is black? Like black colored clothing for example.
Hi Marco. I am still focusing on adding more color variation while maintaining color harmony. I gained a deeper understanding of how color travels after rewatching this lecture. Mainly, by using the contrast of color, it does not take color to complete the full journey to the "opposite" side in order to show variation and contrast. In this painting, I sneaked in some blue and purple into the shadow of grapes. I added green and red to the pear. I also played with soft, semi-soft, and hard edges after watching some of your YouTube videos. Thank you for the quality lectures. I will continue to apply these concepts in more still life paintings from life (so far these are all painted from pictures). I am also ready to do some master studies as shown in the next lecture.
Here are some attemps. I think I'm getting a bit more comfortable with color, I'm still trying to give more saturation to my pieces. Any suggestion will be very much appreciated!
Hi Marco, thank you for the course. You really helped me understand the temperature relationship and color harmony. Each color study I did, I tried to incorporate a new lesson learned from you into my painting. In this chapter, I tried to make the "white wall" of this garden more visually interesting using a variety of colors. Thanks again, I can't wait to see how the next chapter will inspire me. Critiques from everyone are welcome. I hope in the future I can learn how to achieve more loose but realistic texture for a variety of subjects. I kind of stumbled a little on the rocks and trees.
Really helped me understand how colours go together. I made this painting right after watching this video, inspired by the green monster. If anyone has any critiques or advice please say.
Found @Marco Bucci because Stan did a quick video with him for Christmas. Started with a rendition of a Christmas song. Automatically liked him. I however had no interest in painting. After that video I thought it was something that perhaps I could do. Maybe I wasn't interested in painting because I was intimidated by it. Now, now I want to paint. I have gone through his 10-minutes to better painting. I won't ramble, but I am getting this course for fathers day. I am stoked. If you read this comment Mr. Bucci, thank you for being passionate and fun. Am I am glad that you make an outstanding effort to teach in a way that communicates what you want to say very well. I'm not sure if I am learning well, but when I watch your videos I really FEEL like I understand well. I was beside myself to discover you were going to be on proko offering a course. All in all, thank you.
Hi, Thank you for this amazing content. When you go to push the chapter 5? Thank you again :D
How often are you posting? Haven't seen any new entries in a while :( and don't see a schedule
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