Thursday, July 16, 2009

Mixing Colors - Part Four: GREEN


Moving on now to Part Four in my exciting color mixing series - it's time for my take on Pantone's "Jasmine Green"!

To make this color, I simply mixed about two parts Permanent Green Light and two parts Cadmium Yellow Medium (Winsor & Newton) to one part each Neon Green and Jubilee Green (craft acrylics).


The color on the far left in the picture below is what I came up with:




And so I painted!

I do love a messy art table.



Here is the beginning of my design, which I painted freehand in glossy black:

And the finished product:


My Jasmine Green Bowl is available in my Etsy shop - click here to see more!

To read the rest of this series, see:
Part Three: CORAL
Part Two: BLUE
Part One: PINK

4 comments:

Ta-Dah said...

These are great Christine! The pink is my favorite.

conner.ash said...

All I can say is WOW! Your work is awesome. I found you on Etsy Storque while finding blogging tips. I love your items, they are so unique. Never seen anything like it. Anyway, just thought I'd stop by and show some love. I'll be stopping by frequently to see some new stuff!

FrameWorks said...

I love that bowl! I came across your blog from the Etsy email on blogging tips. You look like fun people! www.nonprofitarian.com

Natasha said...

Lovely designs. So bright and happy!