Why Fewer Paints Make Painting Easier and Better

02 December, 2013 0 comments Leave a comment

To illustrate the tremendous colour range that primary colours allow, I painted the eleven watercolour images shown below as various class demonstrations, using just Permanent Alizarin Crimson, New Gamboge, and Antwerp Blue (Winsor & Newton paints).

By creating mixtures using only one red, one blue and one yellow pigment, the actual colours of your painting are more likely to harmonize, rather than clash.



This excerpt from Watercolour Toolbox: Essentials for Painting Success is reprinted with permission of the publisher. For more details visit www.watercolourtoolbox.com.
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