Colour TheoryBuilding and Using your Core Artistic Skills.
Colour Theory in Portraiture
So what have we learned?
When planning your painting you can think about the colour relationships and identify if you painting falls into a Complimentary pallette or an Analogous palette. You can then bring the best out of your painting in your colour choices.
In Portraiture – we begin to understand that colour theory exists in skin tones and in backgrounds. Balance is everything. And it can be easily learned. One step at a time
You will then find yourself noticing complimentary colour relationships in the natural world around you, and the more you do that the better decisions you will make as an artist.
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