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Tuesday, February 3, 2015

UNF Color Theory: Color Exploration



This is the completed project.





The main negative criticisms were that the painting wasn't completely smooth is some areas, the shark should have been larger, and some of the color requirements were a little off. I'm not sure the shark needs to be larger, but the other two criticisms are valid. The main positive criticisms was the overall design was good, the layout was clean and ordered, and some of the colors were smooth.

5 comments:

Tanya Lynne Reimer said...

I am impressed!

Ann Best said...

There is definitely a lot to painting...painting well, which you do. You're an excellent writer, but it's so difficult to get an audience these days for a book. I think you've definitely found your other, probably to you very satisfying, niche. I'm impressed. I also really like the one you did that you posted just before this one. That one is stunning!!

Thanks for stopping by my "new" blog, which is pretty much like the old one...things are scrambled with that one, I think from my changing emails, and I can't even get into it. Then there's all the other social media I don't do; don't do Google+ though I do "drop in" to Facebook mainly to keep track of my youngest daughter and daughter-in-law (who posts pics of my little grandsons). In fact, I found your previous post via Facebook....

Anyway, nice to "see" you again. How is your wife doing? It's been a while since you shared her health problems. I'm sure the painting is therapeutic for you...

Ann

Richard Hughes said...

I enjoy painting, but it's more of a learning curve than I ever imagined. The skills you need to master are many and sometimes quite complicated. I wonder if there's enough time left for me to master them all, or enough of them to excel.

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Very nice

kirsten petty said...

I love your color schemes and style, good job!