Color Boot Camp SATURATION: Neutral Areas vs. Saturated Areas, 11x14" oil study

Color Boot Camp SATURATION: Neutral Areas vs. Saturated Areas, 11×14″ oil study

Continuing in the New Masters Academy Color Boot Camp series, this second Saturation exercise is about painting in a high major and minor key. The High Major Key means that overall the greater proportion of the image is very saturated. The Minor Key, or range of contrast of saturation, is also high. As you can see, the background is very neutral relative to her blouse and skin tones.

I was very happy with the way my study turned out. I spent closer to 3 hours than 30 minutes but the session went very well without much struggle.

Below are the reference photo and Mr. Perkins’ 30 minute study. I love the way he simplifies and makes a painting without worrying about painting this exact person.

 

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  1. I like it!!

    Thank you, Nicole Carrier-Titti

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