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    One hue.

    From the colour picker, click the small up-arrow to the right of the metalic option. From that popup menu, choose the 'LS/H picker'.
    From the vertical hue picker, choose your hue.

    Now, when you paint you're only allowed to choose variations on the hue from the larger curved area of the colour picker. So you can choose any variation of lightness or richness of your one hue.

    What can you paint?

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    Here's a 30 minute one hue. I noticed hue shifts happen when you blend colors though, making the image richer and more vibrant than if you simply colorized the image luminance with a single hue. Nice Andy.
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    Ooo, nice and warm. Love the lighting.
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    using blues from the colour wheels
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    Ooo, cool and cool!
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    this is a great idea! nice work so far! can't wait to get home and get started on mine!
    if it's not fun, what's the point?

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    My goodness, you lot are quick off the mark!

    Both pieces look very natural to me, which is interesting! I think the scenes really work well with the limited colour space.
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    Green hue

    I think this is a neat thread and all of these hue paintings are cool.

    This was about 25 minutes.
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    Fashmir: Yours looks lovely. Very warm and inviting.

    Did this for the self-portrait challenge a few of us are doing on CGTalk. Felt like doing a pure value study in sepia-ish, and then I pop over here and see this little activity.



    It's a Zoolander reference, in case you were wondering. Photoref'd, since I can't actually hold that face for very long at all. Single hue, and my base palette was of pretty much the same saturation.

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    Hi Lotekk,

    I love these sepia portraits, you're very good.


    Do you always look that serious?
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