Category: Colour wheel

Warm and cold colours

You can always use warm and cool colors to increase depth and space in your paintings. As light travels across a flat surface, it will often be brightest (and warmest) at one end, and fade to cooler hues in the distance. Read more →

Knowing your colours

Primary colours cannot be created through the mixing of other colours. They are colours in their own right. The three primary colours are RED – YELLOW – BLUE.  Primary colours can be mixed together to produce SECONDARY COLOURS.  Yellow + blue = green, Blue + red is purple, Red + yellow is orange. An important rule of the colour wheel… Read more →