oh how cool! Here I've really been limiting myself all these years to Fr. Ultramarine Blue! Thanks so much Kate!
This is fantastic, Kate. Thanks so much for doing this. From what I can see you're getting more color saturation from the cad yellows than I get from my transparent yellow when you're mixing. Will have to try some.Cheers --- Larry
This is so helpful…Thank you, Cathy...
Glad you liked! It was fun...quin gold makes pretty intense greens too, Larry.
So many colors :-) My largest palette is 10 colors and, right now, the slot quin gold would fit in is filled with raw sienna. Maybe I should reevaluate.Cheers --- Larry
It's absolutely wonderful !! Thanks so much for sharing this . I shall try as soon as possible !! Today :)
Thank you, I enjoyed seeing your demonstration so enlightening to see so many different shades of green. I'll certainly be experimenting.
This was great! I've never really learned how to mix colors so this was fabulous!! :)
Thanks Cathy, this was great. Have just discovered I love the green when I mix Prussian Blue and Raw sienna.
Thanks so much, all, glad you're enjoying the fun!
Thank you so much! I've watched this twice and am now ready to play!
Hi, Cathy. I'm a fairly new subscriber. This was really interesting and helpful. I'm really looking forward to your week at Sketchbook Skool. I love your landscapes!
Thanks all, glad you found it helpful!
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