Color Play Triad

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Just for fun.

A quick bit of mixing and matching.

Testing the colors out, seeing who looks good together.

 

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watercolor triads

 

Watercolor Play

I created a 6 set chart in watercolors.

Then found a few sets that appealed to me the most.

 

This triad with the Daniel Smith Moonglow, the cobalt teal (green blue) and the golden warm ochre – has a lovely tropical and floral feel to it I quite enjoy.

 

Creating these charts and then grouping into sets, Its a good way to inspire the imagination!

 

 

Definitely not hard.

Certainly not time consuming.

But has great artistic benefits.

 

For more Watercolor Beginner tips and techniques you’ll find a lot at Watercolor Basic Tips.   

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Color Play Triad

  1. I love colour charts – I am in the process of creating a whole sketchbook full of them just for my own personal reference. As you say, it’s inspiring to see all the different colours on one page…

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