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Another Look at a Watercolor Triad

I don’t really have much more to say about the Green, Purple and Orange triad I’ve been using for the past couple of months, except to say that I’ve enjoyed the versatility of it. I’ve sketched light furred dogs and black and white dogs, and people with all different skin tones. It has been fun […]

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Yet Another Wizard

  Yes another wizard; this is one of my favorites. I’ve been having tons of fun painting wizards in-between the demands of downsizing. Tired of sorting papers to put into storage? Go sketch a wizard.  At the end of this post you can also see the full-page spread where this portrait was sketched. And on […]

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What’s on Patreon/RozInterim in February?

This month on Patreon/RozInterim I’m going to be continuing my discussion of skin tones. We’re going to look at color temperature. Whether you draw people, plants, pets, or still life subject matter you’ll want to think about temperature. Subscribe here at RozInterim.

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FAQ—So What Pigments Do You Actually Use Roz?

“So what pigments do you actually use Roz?”—it’s something I’m asked all the time. I was asked again this Sunday during my Patreon Webinar. I had two travel palettes out on my desk, one with 26 pans, one with 27 pans. I was bemoaning the loss, through miss-packing of a storage box, of a third […]

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Update on the Stephen Quiller Color Theory Books I’m Always Recommending

      Nothing is ever actually straightforward or simple.   Of course now buying Stephen Quiller’s books on color theory now falls into that category.   As far as I know he has the following two books on color theory:   Color Choices: Making Color Sense Out of Color. Note that this is a […]

A page spread from my Hahnemühle Watercolor journal that I tested. I'll be posting a review soon!

In Context: Notes, and Lists, and Sketches All Together

For today’s in context post I wanted to show you how when I need to make a note and work out which new pigments I want to buy and I’ve left my list at home, I simply sit down and work it out in the journal I’m using—even if it contains watercolor paper. Above you […]

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Making A Color Chart To Test My 2017 Fall Watercolor Box

Recently I purchased the new fall Schmincke Pan Watercolor Set at Wet Paint. This contains different colors than the one I purchased in the spring, added colors to, and then took to the Minnesota State Fair. While recovering from bronchitis I had some time on my hands so I decided to make a color chart […]

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Protected: Project Friday: Breaking Our Color Habits

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You Can See Yesterday’s Design Recharge Webinar with Me, Now on YouTube

On February 11, 2015 Diane Gibbs had me as a guest on Design Recharge.  She recorded the program and you can see it here on YouTube if the above video doesn't work. We were set to talk about Fake Journaling because International Fake Journal Month is coming up. I got a little side tracked on […]

Come on a Seeing Adventure: Color Theory Class Starts November 3

There is still space left in my fall color theory class at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts in Minneapolis. In fact if you register before October 13 you get the early bird savings of $60! You can read the details about the class, Introduction to Design: Color Theory with Roz Stendahl, here. That post […]

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