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Thursday, February 12, 2015

UNF Color Theory: Ten Letter Word: Color Schemes

This is the final rendering and design for this project. It's too bad the colors are so washed out in this photograph.



Rorshach Images (5"x7"), Acyla Gouache on Bristol Board, mounted on illustration board

The primary criticism was of the analogous painting (green one). I could have used a little more variety in the color selection. Overall, I was happy with the critique.

10 comments:

Elizabeth Varadan, Author said...

What an interesting excercise. I liked the blue and gold one very much.

Elizabeth Varadan, Author said...
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Elizabeth Varadan, Author said...

Well, it was deleted because i posted the same comment twice with one too many clicks. Sorry.

Richard Hughes said...

Thanks, Elizabeth

Elise Fallson said...

These turned out very nice, lovely design and colors. I can see where the green one could have used a touch of red somewhere, but other than that, love the collection. Great job, Richard. :)

Tanya Lynne Reimer said...

I find each one very interesting. As if they each have a story to tell. And then to see them all together adds something. Well done!

Richard Hughes said...

Elise and Tanya, thank you.

Emily R. King said...

I think they're all beautiful. The green one has hints of blue, which I love.

Richard Hughes said...

Thank you, Emily
Yes, there is definitely blue-green in the green one.

jencorsano said...

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