Now you can buy my works in my Etsy shop.
PE: Traditional Art Week Wrap-upTraditional Art WeekPE: Traditional Art Week Wrap-up by STelari
And this concludes the Traditional Art Week at projecteducate. We presented you a handful of very nice articles and we hope you found here something that will help you to improve your art and how you present it. Huge thanks to all the contributors. The next Traditional Art Week will take place in March, and here you can notify us if you'd like to participate. Stay in touch with Traditionalists hub!
Traditional Art Week
AM: Introduction by STelari
PM: How to Use Masking Fluid by Agaave
AM: A Brief Discussion about Tonal Contrast by Goodnight-Melbourne
PM: Collaborations by crazyruthie
10 Easy Ways to Up your Color GameTraditional Art Week10 Easy Ways to Up your Color Game by jenthestrawberry
Here are 10 ideas to try to have more fun with color in your art! All the examples used are works by the members of the Deviant Art community.
1. Make your OWN color wheel.
Use only primary red, yellow, and blue to create all the shades by color blending or using premade colors depending on your preference. Using your own medium to create your own reference will give you a realistic spectrum of the colors you have at your disposal.
2. Create contrast with complements.
Opposites attract attention! Red/Green, Orange/Blue, Purple/Gold. There's a reason that complementary colors are often seen on logos, sports jerseys and holiday decor. For an easy, and quick way to grab attention use two colors directly