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From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Jun 30 2003 - 06:54:15 PDT


I find greens a real problem. That's one of the reasons I
like the southwest, not so many greens to deal with.
                                                Woody in KC

Larry Seiler wrote:

> I am working on a new demo for Wetcanvas.com. It seems that many artists
> struggle with "seeing" variation in greens when painting
> nature/landscapes...and in my mind make mistakes using black to darken green
> when they should use various reds. Not using warm and cool color theory to
> the extent they should and so on. So, I am working on a new article/demo and
> will be calling it, "Greens- Nature's Fur!" That title is a bit off the
> wall, but as many artists ask about how to draw or paint better fur, as do
> outdoor artists ask about greens!

> Larry Seiler

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