The painting on the left was a cool color scheme. I have since gone back and tried to warm it up some but still it looks much cooler by comparison to this warm color scheme on the right. The warm color scheme looks much more inviting than the cool one. When you think about it most people do not enjoy being cold, so a warm color scheme is usually much more attractive. “I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth. Revelation 3:15-16.” God even explains this in a spiritual sense to the believer. He would rather we be on fire for God or cold to Him. If we are cold maybe later we will get on fire for Him again. But if we stay lukewarm and indifferent, instead of hot or cold the chances of us turning around and getting on fire for God are slim.
SPLIT COMPLIMENTARY COLOR SCHEME
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Oil on Board 32×40 “Pots Done in Palette Knife”-Split-complimentary color scheme:
oil on canvas 24×16 “Still Life of Pots”-Split-complimentary color scheme
This is done by using the two colors next to the opposite color on my color wheel (mine would be yellow, blue-violate, and red-violate.
oil on board 12×4 “Butterfly”-Split-complimentary color scheme
water color on paper 8×10 “Empty Cafe”–Split-complimentary color scheme
MONOCHROMATIC COLOR SCHEME
“Paul and Silas” This is a monochromatic color scheme where you would use one color and change the value or intensity of it, blue.
Oil on Canvas 16×20 Monochromatic color scheme
water color on paper 12×8 “oranges”-Monochromatic color scheme
ANALOGOUS COLOR SCHEME
water color on paper 3×5 “Frog in Pond”-Analogous color scheme-using one color from the color wheel like (blue) and the two colors on either side of it like green and purple.
water color on paper 8×10 “fan art”-Analogous color scheme
water color on water color paper 8×10 “Angry Tiger”-Analogous color scheme
16×20 oil on canvas -Analogous color scheme
COMPLEMENTARY COLOR SCHEME
water color on paper 8×10 “butterfly Field”-Complementary color scheme:
This one is done by using one dominant color (mine is yellow) and the color opposite to it on the color wheel (blue) then using black and white to make different values on these colors.
oil on canvas 8×12 “Sunflower Field”-complementary color scheme
TRIADIC COLOR SCHEME
water color on canvas 16×20 ” Cats”-
Triadic color scheme:
This is done by using colors that make a triangle on your color wheel (mine are red, blue, and yellow) then use black and white to get different values.
water color on paper 12×16 “Reflections”-Triadic color scheme:
watercolor on paper 8×10 ” Fishing”-Triadic color scheme
Acrylic on Canvas 16×20 fan art-Triadic color scheme
Acrylic on canvas 16×20 fanart-Triadic color scheme:
oil on canvas 12×8 fan art-Triadic color scheme:
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