How to Mix and Use Color: The Artist's Guide to Achieving the Perfect Color
In this easy-to-follow reference book, Tony Paul shows beginning and advanced painters how to make color work for them each and every time they pick up a brush. He walks readers through everything from color basics and popular palette choices to detailed mixing charts and simple color wheels.No matter what medium readers work in, they'll find comprehensive palette choices just for them. The book includes detailed instructions for:OilsWatercolorGouacheInkSoft PastelOil PastelAcrylicEgg TemperaThis comprehensive guide will help every artist get to the next level!
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