Chapter 6a - Study Tips & Advice
Chapter 6a - Study Tips & Advice
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Chapter 6a - Study Tips & Advice

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Chapter 6a - Study Tips & Advice

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Marco Bucci
Let's apply what we've learned with some studying tips.
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Claire Yuan
Hi Marco. I used this lecture as an opportunity to move on to some simple still life. This is the first time I have painted from real life instead of pictures. Understanding color temperature and value differences really helped me make conscious choices even though the subject and background have complementary colors. I will paint more spheres as you advised and use that as the basis for color choices in more of my practices in the future.
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christian callahan
krita has a built in gamut mask tool, using the artistic color palette and gamut mask dockers you can even make custom ones.
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brucezzr
Does anyone know where bonus file is ?
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missinglee
Yeah I think it's missing. I cheated and took a screenshot of the colour wheel in the video - probably not going to be the exact same colours Marco is using, but good enough for our purpose of studying palettes quickly
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Sasha K.
No idea…
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Ron
1yr
I did 3 versions of the the exercise with a monochromatic palette. My goal was to make tham as distinct as possible while using the same palette. Next I will try my hands at the complementary palette.
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Ron
1yr
It gets exceedingly harder to make the picture feel coherent with the (split)-complementary palette. Its also hard for me get the bounced light in the shadows right. Guess I will do some reallife-studies next.
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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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