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Complete Colour Mixing Guide

Complete Colour Mixing Guide Author : John Barber
Release : 2010
Publisher : Search
ISBN : 9781844486229
File Size : 54.6 MB
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Turn the interactive wheel to instantly see the results of mixing different colours. The Oil Paint Colour Wheel book will help anyone who wants to paint in oils produce quality art in days. It begins with a look at the equipment you'll need to get started and then describes the basic principles of colour mixing applying colour.

Oils

Oils Author : John Barber
Release : 2007
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844482269
File Size : 21.74 MB
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A concise guide to mixing 25 popular Winsor & Newton Artist's Oil Colours, which gives an at-a-glance guide to over 2000 hues and shades. This is a complete visual reference, enabling artists to re-create what they see on their palette and on their works of art. The 25 colours have been specially chosen as the most useful for a wide range of oil painting, and the book shows how to match precisely any shade you want to reproduce in your work. This useful guide is intended for both amateur and professional artists and will prove invaluable in the studio and when painting on location.

The Oil Paint Colour Wheel Book

The Oil Paint Colour Wheel Book Author : John Barber
Release : 2009
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844484287
File Size : 47.11 MB
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Instilling knowledge and confidence in budding artists, the color wheel on the front of this creative guide makes mixing oil paints easy by instantly displaying the outcomes of various color combinations. After going over the basic principles of color mixing, this book features eight unique projects that employ different oil painting techniques, from color blending and glazing to lifting out and working from dark to light. Each project is accompanied by an explanation and illustration of the technique as well as at-a-glance advice on the correct color-mixing methods for that specific endeavor. A gallery of finished works, providing examples and inspiration, is also included.

Colour Mixing Guide

Colour Mixing Guide Author : Julie Collins
Release : 2016-06-15
Publisher : Search Press(UK)
ISBN : 9781782210566
File Size : 25.85 MB
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"Everything the artist needs to know from colour theory to complementary, warm and cool colours, colour tone, using a limited palette, dull and bright colours and local colour. There follows an array of essential colour mixes for oils using widely available Winsor & Newton colours. Clear, practical and beautifully presented advice. A clear, comprehensive guide to colour mixing for the artist using oil paints. It begins with simple colour theory and a colour wheel, with a template provided so that readers can paint their own; a vital step towards understanding colour. There is vividly illustrated guidance on complementary, warm and cool colours, colour tone, using a limited palette, dull and bright colours and factoring in local colour. There follows an array of essential colour mixes using widely available Winsor & Newton colours. A beautifully presented and practical guide to understanding and mixing colours."--Publisher description.

Acrylics

Acrylics Author : John Barber
Release : 2007
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844482276
File Size : 52.30 MB
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This invaluable, at-a-glance Winsor & Newton Guide takes the uncertainty out of mixing acrylic colours, and offers a concise visual reference to creating more than 2,000 hues and shades. With a base palette of 25 popular Artists' Acrylic Colours, artists are shown how to re-create what they see on their palette and on their work of art. The book shows how to match precisely any shade you want to reproduce in your work with only two colours in your mix. This means you obtain the cleanest and brightest tints possible. It is intended for both amateur and professional artists and will prove invaluable in the studio and when painting on location.

1,500 Color Mixing Recipes for Oil, Acrylic & Watercolor

1,500 Color Mixing Recipes for Oil, Acrylic & Watercolor Author : William F Powell
Release : 2012-08-01
Publisher : Walter Foster Pub
ISBN : 1600582834
File Size : 84.45 MB
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Provides instruction on mixing color combinations for painting subjects ranging from apples and cabbage to skin tones and buffalo.

The Watercolour Wheel Book

The Watercolour Wheel Book Author : John Barber
Release : 2011-09-01
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844483518
File Size : 58.88 MB
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Interactive and encouraging, this art book combines detailed instructions with an innovative color wheel on the front, making it perfect for beginners working with watercolors. A spin of the wheel instantly shows what shade would result from mixing two watercolors, allowing painters to determine a color palette before embarking on an activity. This creative manual presents a series of eight projects that teach the most impressive watercolor techniques such as laying flat, lifting off, masking out, sponging, and working wet-in-wet and wet-in-dry. A series of finished watercolor works are also presented, giving readers a visual picture of the high-quality art that they can achieve.

Water Colour

Water Colour Author : John Barber
Release : 2006
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844481767
File Size : 54.35 MB
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The Winsor & Newton Guide to Colour Mixing Watercolour takes the uncertainty out of colour mixing for artists. Organised around the primary colours, with an additional section on neutrals and flesh tints, the book presents a gallery of precise colour mixes to enable an artist to recreate what is on the page in their palette and on their work of art.Clear, concise outline of the principles of colour mixing using watercolours At-a-glance guide to more than 5,000 hues and shades Complete visual reference to mixing watercolour Inspirational galleries of successful watercolour works using colour mixingBook Contents: Chapter 1 - Tools and Materials, Chapter 2 - Mixing Watercolours, Chapter 3 - Reds and Oranges, Chapter 4 - Yellows and Greens, Chapter 5 - Blues and Purples, Chapter 5 - Neutrals and Flesh Tones,

The Acrylic Paint Colour Wheel Book

The Acrylic Paint Colour Wheel Book Author : John Barber
Release : 2011-09-01
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844484218
File Size : 66.99 MB
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Front cover contains a rotating color wheel.

Oil Paintings from Your Garden a Guide for Beginners

Oil Paintings from Your Garden a Guide for Beginners Author : Rachel Shirley
Release : 2002
Publisher : Rachel Shirley
ISBN : 9781861082466
File Size : 28.95 MB
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There's no place like home - and you can find inspiration for the most beautiful art right in your own backyard! No matter how ordinary it may at first seem, every garden has a unique character, with hidden treasures just waiting to be painted. Just think about it - no need to pack and carry materials, everything is close at hand, and beginners can experiment to their heart's content in happy privacy. Start painting, guided by these tips for buying and preparing oil paints; practical advice for setting up; innumerable sample pictures with a detailed breakdown of how they were done; and hints on creating marvelous oils from the most mundane subjects. There's advice on when to use photographs and how to make the most of available light, and pointers on improving technique and developing a personal style. You'll wonder why you ever worked anywhere else!

No Need for an Easel or a Mahl Stick: Oil Painting for the Absolute Beginner Made Simple

No Need for an Easel or a Mahl Stick: Oil Painting for the Absolute Beginner Made Simple Author : Rachel Shirley
Release : 2014-11-11
Publisher : Rachel Shirley
ISBN : 1310391939
File Size : 37.16 MB
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Learn oil painting from the beginning with this art guide book. You have just purchased your first set of oil colours. Now what? A blank art surface may reflect an uncertainty of what to paint. Where does the beginner begin? Is an easel needed? What about a mahl stick, stretched canvases and a kidney-shaped palette? The aim of this book is to show that such paraphernalia are not essential. Oil paints can be odourless, clean and the starter kit may comprise just a few items that can be stored in a tool box. Infinite colours can be mixed with several pigments via a few brushes. This makes oil colours the ideal choice for the beginner who wishes to try a truly versatile art medium. Find basic oil painting exercises aimed at getting that brush moving, even if it means laying each pigment into rectangles to get to know each pigment. Exercises progress steadily onto shading, mark making and applying glazes. These rudimentary exercises provide the springboard from which to paint a first landscape and more. The myths of colour theory is dispelled, making dirty colour mixes a thing of the past. Find chapters that explore complementary colours, alla prima, glazing, using a limited palette, working with linseed oil and expressing a jigsaw of marks. Each chapter concludes with a summarizing bullet point list of what has been covered so far, helping to reinforce what has been learned. As will be seen, oil paints have many surprises in store and can be fun to try out – without the fuss, mess or cost. Includes a shopping list for the beginner, glossary and hundreds of colour images.

Painting the Nude in Oils

Painting the Nude in Oils Author : Adele Wagstaff
Release : 2015-02-23
Publisher : Crowood
ISBN : 1847979068
File Size : 32.40 MB
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The nude has inspired artists for centuries and continues to inspire us today. Alongside a historical study of the nude in painting, this book introduces oil paint and gives advice on techniques when using this challenging and rewarding medium. Capturing the beauty of form and the delicate colours of the figure, it celebrates the powerful images that examine human relationships, personality and psychology. The topics included are instructions on materials, the colour palette and stretching your own canvas; the practicalities of working with a model in the studio; colour-mixing exercises that explore colour relationships and temperature, and finally step-by-step examples that demonstrate the progression of a painting. This beautiful and essential guide to painting the nude in oils is aimed at oil painters including beginners, more experienced, untutored groups, individual artists and art historians and is beautifully illustrated with 152 colour images.

Colour Demystified

Colour Demystified Author : Julie Collins
Release : 2021-03-02
Publisher : Search Press(UK)
ISBN : 9781782217978
File Size : 25.48 MB
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Colour Demystified unravels the riddles of watercolor palettes and offers expert guidance in experimenting with color mixes. Many painters are confused by their watercolour palettes and lack the confidence to experiment with color mixing. This book demystifies color, and helps artists understand how color works in a highly visual way through the use of color charts accompanied by examples, practical exercises, and analyses of watercolour paintings. Numerous artworks by a variety of contemporary artists are featured in the book, covering a broad range of subjects and palettes. Topics such as granulation, iridescence, staining strength, and transparent and opaque colors will be explained clearly and simply, and there is practical guidance on colour relationships, using color to create space, and how to be more creative with color. Armed with a clearer understanding of color and how it looks and behaves on paper, artists will be encouraged to be more bold and creative in their use of color in their art.

Portrait Painting in Oil: 10 Step by Step Guides from Old Masters

Portrait Painting in Oil: 10 Step by Step Guides from Old Masters Author : Rachel Shirley
Release : 2012-07-01
Publisher : Rachel Shirley
ISBN : 1492193399
File Size : 82.43 MB
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Learn oil painting techniques for portraiture including skin colours, hair and eyes from this step by step art book. Portraiture would seem an art form reserved for the most intrepid and experienced of artists. Now with large images for tablets, this oil painting step-by-step guidebook for beginners to intermediate aims to break down this seemingly exacting subject matter into manageable pieces. Within you will find step-by-step instructions on completing 10 portraits from old masters in oil. Leaving no stone unturned, portrait painting would seem more possible. Each demonstration comprises an overview of a particular oil painting technique to be explored, in-depth step-by-step instructions and (on average) 16 images in progress. The artists featured include Botticelli, Delacroix, Gauguin, Velazquez, Wright of Derby, Jacques-Louis David, Rossetti and Vermeer. An additional demonstration features a modern-day portrait. Subjects of various ages, sexes and ethnicity help the developing portraitist get to grips with portraying most skin types in painting. As well as these demonstrations, preliminary sections offer guidance on the art materials required, preparing for oil painting and a personal view of portrait painting. At the back of this book can be found remedial techniques for portraiture, a troubleshooting guide and a glossary. These features make this book an invaluable guide for the beginner wishing to build confidence as well as the developing portraitist. My other book, 'Skin Tones in Oil: 10 Step by Step Guides from Old Masters' similarly explores portraiture but also the figure. Additional oil painting techniques are explained via the source material of artists including Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Rubens. A troubleshooting guide for the portraitist is also available. 'Why do my Skin Tones Look Lifeless Plus 25 Solutions to Other Portrait Painting Peeves' helps with common problems such as mixing skin tones, hair, eyes and shadows plus much more. Dimensions of large edition: 10x8in and 96 pages. The author has a Bachelor’s degree from Kingston University and a PCET teaching qualification from Warwick.

Colour Mixing Guide

Colour Mixing Guide Author : Julie Collins
Release : 2015-11-10
Publisher : Search Press Limited
ISBN : 1781268088
File Size : 42.27 MB
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This pocket-sized, practical guide has everything the acrylic artist needs to know about colour mixing, from colour theory to complementary, warm and cool colours, colour tone, using a limited palette, dull and bright colours and local colour. There follows an array of essential colour mixes using widely available Winsor & Newton colours. Clear, practical and beautifully presented advice.

Portfolio: Beginning Color Mixing

Portfolio: Beginning Color Mixing Author : Kimberly Adams
Release : 2018-04-03
Publisher : Walter Foster
ISBN : 1633224902
File Size : 47.87 MB
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Learn the core concepts and techniques for mixing any color your palette needs with Beginning Color Mixing! Perfect for aspiring, beginning, and intermediate artists, the concept- and technique-driven approach makes this challenging subject approachable for artists of any skill level. Loaded with techniques on how to use and create color for vivid artwork, Beginning Color Mixing explains every key aspect of color mixing. You’ll see basic color theory, hue and saturation, value, temperature, and color relationships and learn to wield color to create mood and atmosphere. Each key concept is clearly explained, allowing you to master the core techniques and put them into practice immediately whether you’re working in oil, acrylic, or watercolor. Featuring plenty of step-by-step exercises and expert instruction,this is a resource no painter’s library should be without.

Alwyn Crawshaw Paints Oils

Alwyn Crawshaw Paints Oils Author : Alwyn Crawshaw
Release : 1993
Publisher : Writer's Digest Books
ISBN : 9780891345374
File Size : 21.49 MB
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This book teaches the basic principles of oil painting, and then encourages artists to practice and improve their skills.

The Pastel Colour Wheel Book

The Pastel Colour Wheel Book Author : John Barber
Release : 2009
Publisher : Search PressLtd
ISBN : 9781844485345
File Size : 20.53 MB
Format : PDF
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The eight projects included in this introduction to working with pastels cover basic methods and utilize a handy color wheel that shows the shade achieved by mixing any two pastels. Techniques such as blending with a torchon, creating highlights and shadows, lifting off, and working dark to light are applied to a variety of subjects, from still lifes and landscapes to buildings and woodland scenes. This artistic guide also surveys the equipment needed to get started and reveals handy tips on the best color combinations. A collection of pastel works at the end of the book displays beautiful artwork that demonstrates what is possible using this versatile medium.

10 Bite Sized Oil Painting Projects: Book 1

10 Bite Sized Oil Painting Projects: Book 1 Author : Rachel Shirley
Release : 2016-09-15
Publisher : Rachel Shirley
ISBN : 1537664808
File Size : 85.13 MB
Format : PDF
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What does the artist paint after receiving oil painting materials? Find 10 simple oil painting demonstrations with step by step images and instructions to get the paint brush moving..The projects include landscapes, still life, animals and a colour mixing exercise. Achievable within 2 hours. Includes a guide to the art materials and glossary. With 360 images.

The Second Season of Jonas MacPherson

The Second Season of Jonas MacPherson Author : Lesley Choyce
Release : 1993
Publisher : Saskatoon : Thistledown Press
ISBN : 9781895449051
File Size : 63.53 MB
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Set on the East Coast, and focusing on sixty-nine year old Jonas, this novel reflects the title character’s energy, rage and humour as he looks upon his world, past and present, and is filled with memorable characters, adventures, and a pervading rugged gentleness. This crically-acclaimed novel is an excellent choice for Canadian Studies and courses that investigate themes of maturity and old age.