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Combination of Colors in Nature
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applied art of painting background beginning blended blue pigment brightest high lights burnt sienna cadmium canvas carmine cheeks clean side coloring photographs coloring with cotton correct cotton stumps dark darker desired DRAWING AND PAINTING dry or turpentine dry stump dull finish edges effect etching knife eyes farthest shore fingers flesh color gelatined paper gradually half-tones head horizon human figure India ink Indian yellow iris lamp-black lightly little carmine method of coloring natural red necessary nose objects obtain oil colors oil painting one's own imagination outlines painting with cotton palette photographic prints picked picture piece of cloth piece of cotton Plate G portrait preliminary landscapes pressure process of coloring produce pupil raw sienna re-colored rubbing the color sepia sepia tone shades shadows and lights soft stump spots square sections starting stick surface tampon tint trees turn the stump turpentine stump varnish washed yellowish