7th exercise in digital painting

Why not you? Simplifications for you (9)

THESE ARE SOME TECHNICAL EXPLANATION SIMPLIFIED FOR READERS, ENTHUSIASTS AND BEGINNERS OF THE DIGITAL PAINTING.

7th exercise in digital painting

In the game of colors, that the artist must be well mastered, there are two related concepts: Heat and Homogeneity

Let us try, together, this exercise with its images:

  1. Take a picture of a chromatic circle (paper or computer).
    Notice the colors associated with water and sky; These are the cold colors.
    Notice the other colors, associated with the sun, fire and blood; These are the warm colors.
    Draw a line that separates the foides and the warm :

Chaudes et froides1

Observe: When a color contains more blue, it is colder. When a color contains more red and / or yellow, it is warmer.

2. When several colors are used, all of which have a common complexion, they form a homogeneous whole.
Look, the set of degraded colors of blue and red in picture 1:

ensemble_froide-chaude_homogenité douce

  1. The artist will be able to make the transition flexible, from one cold color to another warm (or the reverse), which gives a gentle homogeneity. As in picture 2:

ensemble_froide-chaude_homogenité douce2b

4. But in most cases the artist must keep the shocking trasition between the colors, for a psychic effect, which gives an abrupt homogeneity. As in picture 3:

ensemble_froide-chaude_homogenité dure1b

5. The homogeneity becomes weak, whatever the heat of the colors used and the method of transition chosen, if these colors do not have a common color that connects them. (See pictures 4 and 5)
The artist may choose this weak homogeneity for revolutionary reasons.

ensemble_froide-chaude_homogenité fible b

6. Maintain, look at a detail of my 69th painting (Bi-charm). Search:
* What cool colors? What warm colors?
* What color gives homogeneity?
* What homogeneity?
* Your emotion?

ensemble_froide-chaude_d69

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