Why Is Green Sooo Hard?
Some say green is the hardest color to mix,
and one of the reasons is because it's in everything in nature.
If you paint landscapes, seascapes, florals,
you need green,
and many shades and values of green.
Here is my palette I used to create a green color chart.
I'll show you how to create values as well as mix color in the video below.
Colors on my palette are listed below.
You could use totally different colors of green for your chart.
I'm teaching you a method.
Top to bottom, left to right colors:
Mars black, Cad yellow light, Titanium white, Alizarin Crimson, Cad Red light, Hookers green, Emerald green, Turquoise deep, Lime green.
In this video I'll show you how to make a color chart and what you'll learn from the chart itself.
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