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Color Theory: Books and Blog Posts

Recommendations on color theory books and links to my posts on the topic.

Hop into Spring at the MCBA Visual Journal Collective’s March 15 Meeting

Meeting reminder for Monday, March 15, 7 to 9 p.m.!

Color Theory: Related Posts and Recommended Books

On March 10, 2010 I wrote a post on Polymer Clay Color Inspirations—Techniques and Jewelry Projects for Creating Successful Palettes, by Lindly Haunani and Maggie Maggio. (Watson-Guptill, 2009) A reader, Cheryl, wrote in and asked if I could recommend a book on color theory using watercolor as the basic medium. I believe Haunani and Maggio […]

The New 8 a.m.

Trouble with clocks, internal and otherwise.

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Sketching Architecture—Two Books of Interest

A couple of books on sketching architecture.

See these Movies for Different Reasons

Looking at “Avatar” and “District 9”

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Color Theory and Polymer Clay

An outstanding book on color mixing in polymer clay.

What’s the Word for…

What’s the word for “a painting a day”?

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Snow Piles: A Fact of Life Revisited

Sketching snow piles during the melt.

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Heavy Metals Be Damned: Cadmium Orange Gouache Is Fun!

Thinking about Cadmium Orange on my gouache palette.

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