Color-Demonstration using the Limited Palette
I just finished teaching a weekend workshop intensive on mixing flesh tones with a limited palette at Kline Academy of Fine Art. Students created a color wheel and then used the wheel to analyze the flesh tones of a master painting, creating a small color study. Students did such a great job and exclaimed how much the color wheel has opened their eyes to color mixing, so I thought it might be a great opportunity to explain the top 5 Reasons to Use a Limited Palette:
This limited Palette, also known as the "Zorn Palette" after artist Anders Zorn, contains the following colors: Ivory Black, Cadmium Red, Yellow Ocher and Titanium White.
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