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How to Choose Your Paint Palette

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Choose Your Paint Palette

How to choose your paint palette? It is preferable to choose your colors from the primary colors.

 

Silvia is an artistic junkie. Whether it’s painting, music, or artistic projects, she’s your girl! She has a background as a multidisciplinary artist and brings to life projects in painting, bullet journaling, crocheting, and using diverse mediums to create results.

 

Her process of creating art draws from diverse influences. Therefore, the depiction of my work varies. She is also influenced by the Sahara environment, which is evident from when she traveled around my country and abroad.

 

Silvia started painting for fun and slowly grew into using this as a source of income. Currently, it accounts for at least 40% of her revenue from being a teacher and selling products.

 

Silvia would love you to join her classes in painting, planning, bullet journaling, business in art. She believes the tips that she shares here may enable you to have similar and better results than she has.

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When you're thinking about choosing a painting color palette, just think about that as the main point where you can create whatever colors you have if you have the pre-made colors.

How to Choose Your Paint Palette

How to choose a painting palette. So when you’re choosing your colors, I prefer to work with primary colors. The main reason being is I’m able to mix my colors to get to that one end result.

 

And that, I think, is whatever I’m painting tends to have so many layers underneath it.

 

Therefore, when I’m thinking about having each color, which I want then likely that I would be able to have that. When you’re thinking about choosing a painting color palette, just think about that as the main point where you can create whatever colors you have if you have the pre-made colors.

 

Another thing is, you need to assess whatever you’re trying to paint from an unbiased eye, meaning that the background shouldn’t be so bright that you’re not able to see the depth of the colors as you want to see them.

 

Another thing is feel free to experiment. Sometimes I go wrong, and sometimes other artists also go wrong. That’s why there’s so many layers to a painting, and that’s why you can also explore that too.

 

I can’t wait to see what you create and what we learned through the process. Sign up for one of my classes here on Amphy.com

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