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  1. #11
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    yeah i started off a little to mechanical with the first ones and thought i put a little flow to the image

    Steve

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    playing with the idea of my take on the colour wheel

    12 colour

    there's a 36 one out there, but this is a start

    next exercises is about mixing paint ( mixing rgb percentages for me )

    identifing colours Betty goes on about starting with the basic 12 and then thinking about values and intensity, but since this rgb's 255 system all colours fit in that idea of just finding the numbers ( for the program and for you it's playing around by eye to get what you want )

    values ( white to black ) intensity is real just saturation in digital world

    i think next is about colour harmony

    Steve
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    i went back to the values idea of colour

    first i did a small grey scale

    when i did the primary colours Red, Blue, and Yellow,

    Betty talked about using the colour and building them to one end of the scale and back to the other ...

    red to white, then red to black ...i worked mostly with the numeric colour picker and the percentages to get the colour i wanted

    so the bigger the number (equally ) the darker the colour

    i had a hard time with red ...when i pick the colour the saturation was at 85% and i put it to 100% on the next step and then start lowering the numbers to white

    i now this might sound like a wierd exercise ...but think about how many times you wanted a colour and searched high and low on the palatte, this makes you realize the colour ( digital code )

    Steve

    the next step is intensity or saturation ( if i don't go through the other 9 colours )
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    red to black and red to white
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    yellow to black and yellow to white
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    Is it the real oil painting, or it is an artRage's work?

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