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[Colour Theory] Warm Colours

HandPrint.com Colour Temperature talks about the appearance of colours and how they relate to each other on the colour wheel. Directly, this means Yellow, Orange, Red and all the colours in between. Indirectly, you can say that certain colours are...

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[Colour Theory] Analogous Colours

Main: Green-Yellow (Lime) Analogous: Green and Yellow Analogous Colours These colour schemes, often found in nature, are near each other on the colour wheel. They go together and blend naturally. I’m not talking about painting a model with just one colour...

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[Colour Theory] Complementary Colours

Complementary: Green and Red What we’re looking at here are colour opposites. Being opposites, they cause the other one to strongly stand out when the colours are next to each other or if a lot of one surrounds a small...

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HOW TO: Painting Flesh

Orcs don’t have to be green and people don’t have to be beige. Within your chosen skin colour, mix it up between darker and lighter versions. Don’t be afraid to explore skin tones when painting your army. Even something as...

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HOW TO: Mixing Paints

Normally I use a slab of glass as a palette. For this tutorial, I’m using white paper for a clean background. There are many colours you can buy as an artist, from multiple manufacturers. A lot of the time they’re exactly...

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[Colour Theory] An Introduction (Part 2)

Last week I looked at some general colour terms and laid out how I’ll be covering things. I also discussed some of the factors like Primer and Lighting that end up affecting how colours look when we paint them. This...

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[Colour Theory] An Introduction (Part 1)

Hello there! My name’s Dave and for those not familiar, I’m the guy behind Wargaming Tradecraft, a site dedicated to teaching the hobby side of miniatures to new and experienced artists alike. You’ll also notice me commenting at the Hop...

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[Colour Theory] An Introduction (Part 1)

Hello there! My name’s Dave and for those not familiar, I’m the guy behind Wargaming Tradecraft, a site dedicated to teaching the hobby side of miniatures to new and experienced artists alike. You’ll also notice me commenting at the Hop...