Robert Brindley

Monday, May 16, 2005

Oil Painting Tip Of The Week (16th May 2005)

Where possible, it's a good idea to choose a palette similar in colour to the under painting or ground you are working on.
This will help you to see how your mixers will look on your actual painting.
For example, a wooded palette would be helpful if you were working with 'brownish' tones, whereas a white or light coloured palette would assist you with lighter tones.


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