The Patreon supporter PDF version of this article includes high res photographs and better formatting. Ko-fi tips are another way to help keep this content freely available to everyone. My experiences painting Lars Ragnarsson are a practical example of how to use some of the tricks and principles I discussed in my recent article about… Continue reading How to Neutralize a Colour Scheme: Lars Ragnarsson
Tag: color theory
How to Test Colour Schemes: Fathom
Ko-fi tips help keep this content free. Patreon supporters receive a PDF with high res photos and a few work-in-progress pictures. Working out the colours to paint a miniature can be tough! I want to share the process I used to choose the colour scheme for the figure below, as well as a few other ideas… Continue reading How to Test Colour Schemes: Fathom
The Anatomy of Colour
Ko-fi tips help keep this content free. Patreon supporters receive PDFs with high res photos. When I started to think about writing a handbook of miniature painting, I had an idea of where I wanted to start. And it wasn’t here. ;-> One of the challenges I wrestle with in teaching is deciding in what… Continue reading The Anatomy of Colour
Show Off! Have Fun! Win Prizes!
(Hello! I just started a Patreon to support the blog and expand my teaching options! Right now it’s in 'early access mode', but I’ll be focusing on it a lot more after ReaperCon.) We interrupt your regularly scheduled Pirate Parade with this important message from our sponsor, ReaperCon 2020! Would you like to show off… Continue reading Show Off! Have Fun! Win Prizes!
Colour Link Ups – January 28
Life continues to leave me much less time for blogging than I’d like. I’ve got some additional thoughts on why we need to paint strong shadow/light contrast that I want to talk about, but that’s going to take a little while to work up. In the meantime, here are some link-ups to helpful information on… Continue reading Colour Link Ups – January 28