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Colour Theory 101 – Emma Witte
Learn how to turn 3 colours into over 144!
COLOUR THEORY 101 RAN AS A GROUP ACTIVITY IN JANUARY + JULY 2018 – BUT YOU CAN NOW TAKE IT ANYTIME, ANYWHERE 🙂 ALL THE CONTENT IS READY AND WAITING FOR YOU! ENROL NOW.
Yellow there! You might have seen over at @BlackChalkCo that I mentioned my favourite colour is coincidentally *the best* colour in the world. Yup, big call. It left some of you purplexed.
Soooo… did you know that turquoise actually *is* the best colour in the world? Mm-hmm! It’s been cyantifically proven, it’s not just a pigment of my imagentanation. I red it on the internet and it blue my mind! I had the biggest green on my face when I found out.
I know, I know. These puns aren’t very orangeinal, but this challenge IS!
I want hue to join me as we go deeeeeeeeep into (and over) the ROYGBIV rainbow to explore the ins and outs of colour.
Colour is something that is SO important to all of us, no matter what type of art we’re creating. From brush lettering, to calligraphy, to watercolour, to chalk, pastel, oil or acrylic – we all need to have a solid understanding of colour theory to get the best out of our work. It can truly make or break a piece. You can have all the technical skills in the world, but poor colour choices will not do those skills justice.
So come and join the movement with this fun free challenge!
If you’re a complete beginner with no idea about colour theory, GREAT. If you’ve dabbled, PERFECT. If you’re an expert, EVEN BETTER – come and join the palette party and help others out. This is all about stretching our minds, challenging what we know about colour and our preferred mediums, and most importantly having FUN.
Mixing and matching is just the beginning, I’m ready to study the chroma out of colour and I hope you are too!
So enrol now to take this free course, head over to The Watercolour Academy Facebook page, and let’s go black to the basics of colour, really pink about the effect it has on our art, and have a greyt time together. You in?
- Colour Theory 101
- Week 1: The Colour Wheel & Colour Charts
- Week 2: Colour Properties, More Colour Possibilities & Colour Schemes
- Week 3: Colour Mixing & Matching Challenge
- Week 4: Colour Wheel Circles & Two-Colour Comparison Charts
- Colour mixing
- Colour charting
- Colour schemes
- Colour matching
- Colour properties
- Basic shapes
- Watercolour paper (Arches 185gsm or 300gsm coldpress watercolour paper is recommended, but a lesser weight and different brand is OK too – we’re experimenting with colour, not making masterpieces!)
- Brushes (Princeton Snap, Select or Heritage are recommended in ROUND. Size isn’t overly important for this class, something mid-range like 6 or 8. A flat brush would also be helpful for your colour chart – but you can always tape the edges and use a round)
- Watercolour paints in the 3 primary colours of yellow, red and blue (Recommended brands: The Watercolour Factory in colours Primary Yellow, Primary Red and Primary blue, or Winsor and Newton in Winsor Lemon, Permanent Rose and Winsor Blue (Red Shade))
- Water jars (two recommended, one for warm colours and one for cool)
- Paper towel
- Palette / mixing surface (old dinner plates are great)
Supplies (suggested / optional)
- Small flat brush for completing colour charts (or use washi tape to grid it up)
- Pencil and Eraser
- Painters tape and a board (to tape down loose paper to prevent buckling)
- Thin washi tape can also be used in place of ruling up the grid for the colour charts, so you can just peel it off at the end once it’s dry! #satisfying
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