Re: A good range of gum colors
Interesting, Marek, thanks for report. (A slight nitpick: I assume
you mean PB 15, thalo, not PB25.) I'll try that combination too.
On Sep 4, 2008, at 7:46 PM, Marek Matusz wrote:
I am back with Vista 64 and Photoshop installed. Works like a
kitten on steroids. With all that memory it never hesitates. I am
having some legacy hardware issues, so I might have to keep two
computers for a while.
I am ready to post some color triads for tricolor gum. My new
colors (PR 175 and PBr 25) came and I have been making swatches and
just mixing them on paper. The Pb 25 (thalo blue), PY 150(nickel
azo yellow) and PR175(deep scarlet) give a very nice neutral, but
there is no way to have purples or violets mixed in that triad. Yet
a very nice greens, oranges, earth and reds. I will definitely try
> Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2008 08:48:11 -0600
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> Subject: A good range of gum colors
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> Dear all,
> OK, fall is here, September has begun, and it's time for all of
us to quit
> the summer fun stuff and get back to work!
> I thought I'd post a page of all the gum colors I use here to
jump start the
> list from its summertime blues:
> I usually teach tricolor using a PV19 magenta, a thalo blue, and
> yellow, but students often wish they could have experimented with
> choices so I made these charts of the colors I switch around in.
When I get
> more time to scan I can perhaps put a print next to different
> one can see the combinations in practice. It's not really like
> around in colors is going to make a great gum print or anything,
> words it is not a magic bullet, but it is so much fun! My latest
> is a combo of PB60 Schmincke delft blue, PR179 Daniel Smith
> and PY153 Daniel Smith New Gamboge.
> Christina Z. Anderson
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