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As a bonus, using the chalk lines will save some pain when you're mixing color.It will keep the colors clean, uncontaminated and organised.All we are interested in is the physical process of mixing colors together on a canvas, and how best to do this.Let’s go back to the gradation exercise to explore this further.THE AMERICAN HERITAGE® DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FIFTH EDITION by the Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries.Copyright © 2016, 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.Most of us do our “training” on one of our "real" paintings. That’s why it’s a great idea to practice skills on something that means nothing to you. Whatever your skill level, you should do this exercise occasionally prior to starting a painting: It’s a great idea to learn to manage your palette while doing this exercise.Marking chalk lines/columns on your palette is an easy way to do this, especially for beginners.
Whenever I run workshops, one of the first things I get EVERYONE to do, is a simple blend of color. This is designed to develop the skills and “touch” needed to pull colors together smoothly and adeptly.
However, mastering the skill is an incredibly valuable exercise. Once the skill is developed to a reasonable level, we then introduce other colors.
For example Pthalo Blue Cadmium Yellow Light White (a gorgeous tropical water color).
It is one thing to go from white to blue; it is another thing entirely to shift through three or four shades and hues smoothly.
or the gradation of color in a figure becomes so much easier when you can blend colors efficiently.