This past week I studied color theory through Acrylic University’s Color Mastery Bootcamp with Dianna Shyne and Jed Dorsey.
First, I set up a palette using Masterson Sta-Wet Premier Pallet. To help conserve costs of palette paper, I use dampened baking parchment paper.
I set up my limited color palette using the following colors: titanium white, cadmium medium yellow, quinacridone red, quinacridone magenta, ultramarine blue, pthalo blue, and indanthrene blue.
I studied my color wheel.
And painted the following study: Four Color Schemes.
Clockwise from upper left:
1. Complementary (blue-violet, yellow-orange)
2. Analogous (green, blue-green, blue-violet)
3. Triadic (violet, green, orange)
4. Split-Complementary (red, blue-green, yellow-green)
6″ x 6″ Ink and watercolor
Prompt 11 Inktober 52
Photo by Gregory
6″ x 6″
Session 1 of Color Mastery Bootcamp with Dianna Shyne of Acrylic University
7″ x 10″
I combined Inktober52 prompt 9 (Direction) and prompt 10 (Flight) for this drawing.
Deleter NEOPIKO-Line 3 waterproof 05
Kuretake Zig Ink Stick
Kuretake Zig Bokuchi Suzuri
Princeton Bamboo Brush
Daniel Smith Watercolor Paint
Lanaquarelle Watercolor Block
14″ x 11″ Acrylic on Fredrix Gray Toned Panel
Kiss the Sky
12″ x 16″
I started this painting September 5, 2020 and finished it today. Sunflowers, Zinnias and Kiss-Me-Over-the-Garden-Gate are the flowers.
7″ x 10″
Watercolor and Ink on Lanaquarelle
Prompt 8 Inktober52
Cypress Trees in the Morning at Waluph
9″ x 12″ Acrylic paint on Fredrix Pro 100% Belgian Linen Archival Canvas Board
This painting is all my own. I took the photo of these Cypress trees recently. These trees overlook the Pacific Ocean and the Eel River Delta at Waluph.