However first I wanted to share this post with you: My Unique Colour Story. This was a class I did at The Festival of Quilts last year and had forgotten about until I was looking for some photos for another blog post.
Today's post is a bit disjointed - sorry. I feel like I'm just throwing bits at the page but I hope it will be helpful.
Here's a really useful website if you want to be able to identify the colours in your photograph to be able to turm it into art: Snap Your Colors. (Sorry about the quality of my example)
An interesting blog post I found Expressing with colour and another series of really good blog posts on colour theory. And here's my Pinterest board.
And now back to my colour theory journal. I have used different makes of paint which has worked better than I thought. In the online class Pam Carriker suggests only using one make of paint but doing several of these journals for all the different paint makes that you have. I probably won't ever do that but I may try it with my Inktense crayons and bars.
Still lots of space to fill and colour wheels to complete.
I bought the class as an online video but I have just found a companion guide that is downloadable.
Thanks for stopping by.