Learn To Mix Grays and Neutral Colors In Watercolor

 Learn how to mix beautiful, transparent grays and neutral colors in this watercolor lesson. Grays and neutrals are important contrast to bright colors in most paintings. They also form the basis for all color in many subjects like foggy scenes.

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Grays and Neutral Colors

Grays and neutrals are the unheralded heros in many paintings. They provide contrast that set off the brighter colors – and subjects – in the rest of the painting. They are also the important featured colors and color scheme for many subjects – particulary fog and foggy scenes.

This lesson shows you how to mix beautiful grays and neutrals in watercolor.

 

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