What if I said that some of the best greens aren’t made with blue and yellow?
In this short video I’m sharing five different greens that aren’t made by mixing blue and yellow.
Color mixing can lead to some surprises when we move off the usual pathways. Think ivory black, burnt umber, or burnt sienna.
Test out some alternatives yourself and let me know what works for you.
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