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Each chapter investigates a specific color principle, with the discussion supported by a related exercise, a “studio tool” assignment or ...
Each chapter investigates a specific color principle, with the discussion supported by a related exercise, a “studio tool” assignment or demonstration, a polymer clay jewelry project, and a profile of a prominent polymer clay artist. Sample topics include:
•The Complexity of Color
•Three Properties of Color
•Choosing Your Palette
•Mixing Colors That Flow
•Matching Colors with Precision
•Games Colors Play
•Orchestrating Color Combinations
•Color Composition: Placement and Proportion
Posted February 6, 2010
This gorgeous book is full of full-color photographs that will fill any artist's heart with joy and inspiration. The author begins with one of the clearest and most comprehensive descriptions of color theory I have ever encountered. She shows numerous examples of work from various techniques, and explains step-by-step how one would create such work. She also discusses practical issues, such as mixing and storing the polymer clay, that would not occur to a neophyte. I am not into polymer but love this book nonetheless!
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