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Color Theory for Noobs | Beginner Guide

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Color Theory for Noobs | Beginner Guide

Learn how the basics of color theory to help take your artwork to the next level!
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Color Theory Basics

A crash course on color theory where I talk about color mixing, nerdy vocabulary terms and color schemes!
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Design Principles and Problems second edition by Paul Zelanski and Mary Pat Fisher

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NOTE: This is the conventional way of teaching color theory, which is used in most art schools. Although it works, technically it is incorrect, as it was pointed out in the comments. For a more scientifically accurate and in-depth look at color theory, I recommend you watch Scott Naismith's video Colour Theory: The Truth About The Colour Wheel

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Composition for Noobs | Beginner Guide

Learn the basics of composition so you can take your photos, artwork, video and digital art to the next level!

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Basic Lighting & Colour Theory - Tips on How to Shade

Here's a tutorial explaining how I approach shading & colouring as well as colour theory. This can be useful for beginners as well as anyone that wants to learn some tips about colour. This is just the way I do things - I am definitely not an expert! I hope you will find the video helpful :)
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COLOR THEORY BASICS: Use the Color Wheel & Color Harmonies to Choose Colors that Work Well Together

Learn color theory and how to choose colors that work well together: with the color wheel, color harmonies and color palettes.

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Have you ever wondered how some artists are able to find perfect color combinations that just seem to work, every time? In this video, I’m going to show you how to use the color wheel and color harmonies to choose color combinations that look GOOD.

Here’s what we’ll cover:
- Basic color theory: What is the color wheel?
- What are the primary colors?
- What are secondary and tertiary colors?
- What is the difference between hue, color saturation, color value, and color temperature?
- What is the difference between warm red and cool red?
- What are color harmonies?
- What are monochromatic colors?
- What are complementary colors?
- What is a split-complementary color scheme?
- What is a triadic color scheme?
- What are tetradic colors?
- What are analogous colors?
- How can I use color harmonies to choose colors?
- How can I use color palettes?

We’ll cover the 6 different types of color harmonies, including plenty of example color palettes:
1. Monochromatic colors
2. Complementary colors
3. Split-complementary colors
4. Triadic colors
5. Tetradic colors
6. Analogous colors

We’ll be using the traditional RYB color wheel throughout this video, with the primary colors Red, Yellow and Blue. There are other color wheels (RGB and CMY) that are often used for better color mixing, but the RYB color wheel is still the best for working with color harmonies.

If you want to take a deeper dive into the other color wheels and color theory, check out my next video here:

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Color Theory and Mixing with Artists Matt Fussell and Ashley Hurst

Learn the basics of color theory and mixing pigments in this full recorded broadcast. Create a color wheel with both warm and cool primaries and learn how to mix any color that you need. Color relationships and schemes are also discussed.

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Hair Color Theory 101 | Discover Kenra Color | Kenra Professional

Learn all the basics of hair color theory in this 101 video:

00:22 Color wheel - Understanding the law of color:
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Basics of Color Mixing | Oil Painting For Beginners

In this oil painting tutorial I share basic tips and painting exercises for learning how to mix colors with oils and get accurate tones for realistic painting. I use a limited palette to demonstrate pigments and the color wheel.
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I am an artist residing in sunny, warm [humid] florida! My paintings are heavily inspired by nature and its beauty. I work primarily in oil paint, and sometimes watercolor. I prefer to work in a mostly realistic style and occasionally experiment outside of that. I post oil painting time lapses, painting lessons and tutorials, drawings, art tips, and occasionally artist vlogs where I share bits of my life as an artist. Creating art is my greatest passion and I'm thankful for the chance to share it with you. ♥

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Basic Color Theory Part 1, Acrylic painting

The start of the colour theory where I go into colour theory in a fun informative manner , in this Acrylic painting for beginners,#clive5art



MIKE AZEVEDO’S COLOR THEORY TUTORIAL

We have teamed up with concept artist Mike Azevedo and Autodesk Sketchbook to show us his decision making process when it comes to color and light. Mike is an artist who works primarily in the Games industry, he has worked on projects such as League of Legends and Hex for clients such as Blizzard, Guerrilla Games and Games Workshop.

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Color-Mixing Simplified #01 - Acrylic & Oil Painting Lesson

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HOW TO COLOR HAIR LIKE A PRO! COLOR THEORY! | Brittney Gray

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The Complete Beginner's Guide to Watercolor

From getting the right supplies to painting a full piece, this is the complete beginner's guide to watercolor!

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00:00 - What this video covers and an FYI
00:50 - Let’s talk supplies!
01:39 - Explaining my palette (extra colors than what's listed?)
02:38 - Colors I use, how I organize them, pro vs. student levels
10:11 - Brushes I use: brand, sizes, quality.
11:21 - How these brushes are made (HIGH quality!)
13:36 - What I use different brushes for.
14:37 - Talking paper.
14:49 - Cold press or hot press?
16:24 - Cotton? GSM? Block vs. Pad?
18:38 - Paper brands: Legion vs. Arches vs. Fabriano
19:25 - Other necessary supplies…
20:08 - Now for color theory.
21:48 - Important lesson from my piano teacher.
23:04 - What to learn from color wheel.
25:14 - Color relationships and why this matters.
29:17 - Analogous colors.
31:58 - Warm colors and cool colors.
34:17 - Get your brushes out as we talk VALUE scales!
37:42 - Practicing and chatting HUE scales.
40:05 - Two techniques to must know: WOW and WOD
41:29 - Three ways to use Wet-on-Wet
48:26 - Using Wet-on-Dry
49:23 - Brush technique practice with circle painting.
51:02 - How you hold your brush changes outcome.
52:23 - Circle painting begins!
55:24 - Tip for shaky hands!
01:00:02 - Find the hold that feels right!
01:01:34 - Focusing on painting quickly.
01:02:22 - COMPOUND strokes.
01:03:24 - Painting leaves with compound strokes.
01:08:41 - If you’re struggling, try longer leaves…
01:10:06 - Putting leaves on a branch.
01:13:38 - What to do with puddles at ends of leaves.
01:15:44 - Muscle memory and wonky stems.
01:18:47 - Painting side-facing basic flower.
01:20:56 - Adding stem to the flower.
01:22:50 - THIS makes it look like a flower.
01:23:37 - Basic open flower.
01:26:06 - Biggest mistake when people paint flowers.
01:27:46 - Putting everything together: full floral wreath
01:29:47 - Composition lesson: balance.
01:31:45 - Sketch before?
01:38:19 - Step back and look…
01:39:28 - Take note as you paint.
01:42:43 - These are easy and help with balance…
01:45:32 - How I am able to paint quickly...
01:46:57 - Final (important!) encouragements.
01:49:01 - Final details to the wreath.
01:49:53 - Further resources to continue learning.

The colour theory and how to mix your paints in watercolour by Paul Clark

An in depth guide to colour theory and how to mix your paints in watercolour.
Knowing your primary, secondary, tertiary and complimentary colours.

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Make your artwork stand out by using Color Theory correctly!

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This Course is all about explaining Color Theory in a very simple, but thorough way! So if you're a complete beginner to color theory or you already know a bit about it, this is the course for you.

We'll be going through all the basics, from the importance of color, the definition of Hue, Saturation, Value and how to use them in full, all the way to expressing emotion with Color and all the Color Harmonies you need to know about.

By the end of the course, you'll be able to create better and more expressive Art using Color.

Whether you're a game artist, photographer, designer, programmer or anything similar, you'll get a lot of value with this course by learning Color Theory.


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There are no long videos with long sentences of definitions straight from Wikipedia here.

I break down every single aspect of Color Theory to make it easier for you understand, along with a lot of helpful examples from pop culture that you may have already seen around!

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Color Theory A Beginner’s Guide Trailer

This is an introduction to a new series on Color Theory for Beginners that Casey and I are filming. It is designed to take beginning artists on a step-by-step journey from the very basics of how we see color to eventually understanding complex color theory, with so many intermediate steps in between. Along the way, we will have exercises, experiments, and projects to help you grasp this exciting topic!

color theory | beginner guide part 1 | color wheel| color palettes,color harmonies,much more!!!

finally!! I am back with my first video of 2021 and on the requested topic of color theory. hope you guys like it,
in this video I discussed different schemes and the basis of color theory, tone, and tints, how the color wheel is made and color palettes, etc. and part 2 of this is in process and will be uploaded shortly. if you any questions that you would like me to answer, feel free to ask them in the comment section.
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The Beginner's Guide To Oil Painting - Module 03 Color Theory Basics

The third of six modules - A brief look at how the color wheel works.

Color Theory for Digital Artists & Beginners

Color can make or break your design! In this video, I'll show you how I use color theory and color harmonies in my work to help you learn how to make smarter choices in your own art!

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How to paint a color wheel and what you learn from it!

In this watercolor tutorial, I will teach you how to paint a color wheel and share all the things you can from it! I chat about all things color, so don't miss a moment.


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*CHECK OUT MY OTHER BEST-SELLING WATERCOLOR BOOK:
Everyday Watercolor Flowers:

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Princeton Heritage 4050 Round Brushes:
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- Size 6:
- Size 16:

Winsor & Newton Professional Level Paint:
- Mars Black:
- Burnt Umber (brown):
- Ultramarine Violet:
- Prussian Blue:
- Phthalo Turquoise:
- Cobalt Blue:
- Permanent Sap Green:
- Lemon Yellow Deep:
- Yellow Ochre:
- Scarlet Lake (red):
- Opera Rose (pink):
- Cadmium Orange:

Legion Stonehenge Watercolor Paper:
Watercolor Palette:
Pantone Formula Guide:
Scanner Epson V600:

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00:00 - Intro and FREE Template Download
01:14 - Starting with some color theory talk (primary, secondary, tertiary)
05:55 - Using random household items to draw my wheel. Struggles.
07:02 - Seriously, download the color wheel. Haha.
08:36 - Starting the wheel with yellow.
11:57 - Now painting and chatting red.
13:40 - Let’s get the blue going.
15:50 - Continuing now with tertiary colors, starting with yellow-orange.
16:55 - Whoopsies… Will you forgive me?
18:35 - Analogous color chats and why I LOVE using this palette.
20:29 - Okay! Now equal parts yellow and *RED.
21:20 - Did I just say that word?! Important stuff to discuss, tho…
23:03 - Time for red-orange.
23:57 - This is not a numbers family, lol, John was so confident…
24:45 - Moving on to painting and chatting red violet. Yay!
26:40 - Fun fact!
27:48 - Moving through the purples…
28:34 - COLOR WHEELS SAVE YOU MONEY. Huh?! Yep.
29:53 - One more purple for the wheel.
31:22 - Another fun fact…
32:32 - BONUS CONTENT
33:28 - Blue + Yellow time!
36:12 - Fading into the next blue + yellow
38:00 - My. Biggest recommendation to those who want to learn more…
38:30 - THE FINAL COLOR FOR THE WHEEL
39:53 - Final tad-bits and importance of tertiary colors
43:12 - Drum roll…. My favorite color on the color wheel…
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