- Feb 25, 2019
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Video: .MP4, 1920x1080, 24 fps | Audio: AAC, 48 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 51m
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Colour Theory is a tricky subject matter for any beginner artist, so this series is designed for those who are just starting to dip their brush into the paint.
The first lesson is an introduction to the 3 Scales of Measurement used in colour, and an overview of how we go about relating this array of different colours together in order to bring unity to our paintings and illustrations. We will first do a series of lectures, followed by a demonstration. If you are using digital drawing applications I recommend Affinity Photo as it has the best mixing tools for digital paint. If you're using traditional paints I recommend starting with a cheap set of water based or acrylic paints, oils tends to be a little tricky to begin with. Red, Blue, Yellow, White and Black are all you will need. The pencil sketch for the exercise is available in the course notes.