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Here’s where the real fun begins. Let’s get to work!
For your homework, you will need your painting gear and a painting surface appropriate to your medium.
The size of your painting surface should be no larger than 12” x 16”. Otherwise, there will be too much space to manage to keep your attention on working the concept you are working with. Beyond this, use the paints and brushes with which you are most comfortable working. Dianne’s intention is not to change your choices to hers, but to focus on learning one of the best ways to use your attention to the concepts being taught.
Oil and acrylic painters, because this is an exercise, no stretched canvas, please. The following steps guide you more specifically.
Section One: How balancing color works
Section Two: Choosing Colors and finding notan
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Step 2: Using Your Chosen Reference, Get Ready To Do a Study (not to show, but to practice color balance)
Section Three: Doing the Block-in for Your Homework Study
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Section Four: Distributing the Weight