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An interview on using photo references, understanding one's art materials, color mixing, and more.
Limitation may be one of the strongest tools available for artists. By restricting your tools, you may find that your ideas are free to grow.
There are a number of “rules” about how color should be used that aren’t true—or aren’t always true. Todd Casey explains this, explains the term "local color," and shares a bonus tip for mixing colors in this excerpt from his new book, "The Art of Still Life."
Using bold color with a limited palette is a simple tool to add to your composition arsenal. Here’s how.