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The business owner can select an individual blog post writer for hire based upon his or her qualifications and this same writer will be available to write every single post at pre-arranged intervals. Here I am looking at mixing pairs and my goal was to create a 24 colour wheel with single pigment colours where each would neutralise its opposite. I have other pages that test out different crimson mixes but chose the single pigment Pyrrol Crimson. I was trying to find some Hsin Chu OB in particular, and it seemed like some shop owners told me they never heard of Hsin Chu, while others just pulled out whatever OB they had on the shelf, but couldnt none of the characters anywhere on the label matched the characters for Hsin Chu. If you find these explorations helpful, do please let me know and Ill post up some more. A bright orange can be mixed very easily, and I find that burnt sienna is more useful as a base colour. I concluded that the DS ultramarine and DS Burnt Sienna was still my favourite due to the lovely grey this pair makes. The key to these limited palettes is the orange/blue combination once again as that is what creates the brown and grey range. Another really important mix is shown above - number 9. This mix of Phthalo Green BS and Pyrrol Crimson creates a fabulous black, along with a range of deep aubergine and plumb colours that are otherwise not easy to create. In this next page I was looking at how few colours you could get away with and still create a range of colours (if you know how to mix them). I know how to adjust the colours to make the Indian red hues if I need them. They are beautiful burnt orange, burnt sienna and burnt umber colours along with a rich black and greys. Da Vinci Burnt Sienna is also very nice - it is slightly more orange. Orange and purple are so easy to mix they are not necessary unless you want them for convenience. Here is the same idea using Phthalo Blue RS and Transparent Pyrrol orange with Schmincke Purple Magenta (PR122 - Quinacridone Magenta in most brands) this is a gorgeous set if you only want a few colours, but you need a lot of mixing space. Register early if you want to get involved. By thinking about the ...
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