It's time for PINK! Happy day 4 of #7daysofcolorwheel ! I decided to paint pink aubergine or eggplant as we most commonly know it! This is my last hotel phone photo because I hit the road again today and I can't wait to see everyone's artwork on my drive home! #eggplant#pinkaubergine .
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DIY pattern I call "Basic Pinwheel"
To create your own download triangle grid page at http://geomegic.com/download and check out previously posted videos
See line by line drawing video and sample coloring ideas at http://geomegic.com/pinwheel-basic/
Warming up the colors! This is a re-paint of an older painting of mine, and an attempt to make the scene warmer - every color has been moved proportionally towards the warmer part of the color scale. Swipe for the original painting!
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Basic Pinwheel Full pattern coloring under 1 minute. 😊 Took some doing in video editor 🙋🎥
@tombowusa is there an eraser or color neutralizer for accidental screwups? 😇
Download triangle grid page at http://geomegic.com/download
See other coloring ideas for this pattern at http://geomegic.com/pinwheel-basic/
Gouache swatches! I wanted to compare my color wheel to the other pigment mixes. You don't need to buy 20 different colors to get started painting-- only used primary cyan, magenta, and yellow for the color wheel. Wish I could get a more color accurate photo but this will be helpful enough for me now. I made this to live inside my palette.