Color Theory I – Hue and Saturation

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    New Masters AcademyNew Masters Academy
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    In this video lesson painter Bill will teach you how to create warm and cool tones by mixing dark and light colors together to achieve your desired results. Bill will paint three head painting demonstrations each with a different balance of hue and saturation to help you clearly analyze the use and impact of each combination in your own paintings.


    • Conté Charcoal Pencil
    • General’s Peel and Sketch Charcoal Pencil
    • Drawing Paper
    • Grumbacher Artists’ Oil Colors
    • Hog Hair Bristle Brushes – Filberts
    • Palette Knife
    • Silicoil Brush Cleaning Tank
    • Gamblin Gamsol Oderless Mineral Spirits
    • Metal Paint Scraper
    • Canvas Panel
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    Does 2 shades of red used in this lesson’s 3rd chapter should be placed at different levels on value scale?

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    Hi, great lectures.  I m surprised there is no blue in the palette.

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    Black paint is usually a very dark and neutral blue, which is why it shifts the yellow to green as its added.

    Suzanne Cohen
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    How does one identify the neutral colours on an image?

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    Does anyone else’s audio go in and out on this lecture?


    Daniel DaigleDaniel Daigle
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    Hi Maya, it seems ok from my end. If the issue persists, please note the time stamps and specific chapters and email them to “” They will help you troubleshoot the issue

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