Get familiar with color by intense looking. Exercises break down the design elements of color and value for a working understanding that improves art decision making.

Color symbolism, color schemes, color mixing.

Color Moods, Color Temperature, Color Relationships.

Develop a sketchbook to store and revisit ideas that encourage more meaningful work. 

 

Materials

Sketchbook with ample pages. (I prefer a

spiral binding) 5.5 by 8.5 in. is easy to carry

with you. Larger is fine, too.

➤ Loose computer paper or cardstock for printing

downloadable templates for lessons.

➤ Colored Pencils. Watercolors (optional),

graphite #2 pencils are fine for shading

values.

➤ Papers and/or fabrics that range in color, print

and value (light/dark) from magazines.

➤ Paper and/or Fabric Scissors (Rotary cutter/

mat (optional)

➤ Glue stick or white glue.

 

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE COURSE

Self-Study access to:

Instant downloadable PDF  

Access to  5 Step-by-Step VIDEOS

Printable templates for doing exercises and experimenting with color schemes.

Instructor demonstrates exercises throughout the videos

Private FB group

 

All content is copyrighted by Roxanne Lasky 2020 and is for paid student only. Sharing or publishing in any way disrespects the intellectual property of the instructor and is a violation of copyright law.

 

Color Lab One

$60.00Price

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