Giving depth to the sky through color variation


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Giving depth to the sky through color variation

The last thing that I really tried to push here, was, besides the characters, the characters have their own specific kind of patterns that are textural in their own way. But I want the sky to have a little more punch than, than what it has right now. I want it to have a texture, but I had to be really careful, because itt's sky and it's the furthest thing away, so if it's too textural, it's going to pop forward. I use pastel, which I felt could be a smoother texture and I tried to keep it as connected to the textures as I could, but not competing with them. And I often use pastel color for sky because of its softness as a medium.

But you also have to remember, and this is true, you know, when you're mixing any media, the one thing you don't want to do is, and this is, can be a real problem, is have textures that mix but don't meld. If you create a piece and you're using pen and ink, and you're using watercolor, and you're using acryllic. And the person can see eve...

Giving depth to the sky through color variation
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Giving depth to the sky through color variation provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mary Jane Begin as part of the Artist at Work: Textures

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