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RE: several, water color,helpful people and color theory( do da!!)

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From: Hillmer, Jan (HillmJan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 14 2004 - 16:36:19 PST


MIght your teacher have 'built' those warm& cool primary boxes for you to use? I'm guessing pan bases and popping in the colors you want?
 
Jan

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        In a message dated 11/13/2004 7:53:48 AM Eastern Standard Time, india99@infionline.net writes:
        
        

                Back in the
                70's when I taught in Australia they used the double primary approach.
                Twenty plus years later I still want to go back to it. A warm and cool red
                a warm and cool yellow and or course a warm and cool blue.
                



        I took a re-certification Art class a few years back and the teacher had Prang w/c paint boxes with only the warm and cool primary colors. We HAD to color mix. Yet, there are no sets like these in the catalogs. I want my kids (H.S.) to learn to mix primary warms and cools to get more pure secondary (intermediate) colors.
        
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