S10 L2 Transposing with Primaries
[typography font=”Cantarell” size=”24″ size_format=”px”] In this lesson, S10L2 Transposing with Primaries of our TRANSPOSING COLOR series,
Dianne uses an old abandoned boat on a beach to demonstrate how we can transpose colors in a scene using a scheme of primaries.
In this demo, the color scheme is selects one color from the scene and transposes the other two.[/typography]
[typography font=”Cantarell” size=”24″ size_format=”px”]Included with your download is a PDF of the finished version of this study done after the lesson was finished, along with an explanation of tweaks Dianne did after the lesson was finished. Like all our lessons, this one will help develop your decision-making skills.[/typography]
[typography font=”Cantarell” size=”24″ size_format=”px”] When we switch our attention from what a subject is to how we compose it, we have unlimited potential for visual expression. Transposing colors is wonderful composing tool. Just the simple switch away from the identity of the subject expands the artist’s options. Dianne hopes that this series will help to find clarity and self confidence as well as bring home a realization the your creativity is limited only by the limits you, yourself, put on it. [/typography]
[typography font=”Cantarell” size=”24″ size_format=”px”]Among contemporary artists whose work reflects a confident use of transposing colors, Margaret Kessler stands out as among the most adroit. Take a look at her work HERE and her book, Color Harmony HERE. Also, you can see examples of how Dianne works with transposing color, especially in backgrounds, by visiting her Earth’s Flora and Fauna page. [/typography]