And just for fun here's my palette. My grandpa made this palette out of thick piece of sheet metal. It's very sturdy, fits my hand nicely and is a breeze to clean up. You can scrap the heck out of this palette! The colors I'm using now include: pthalo green, pthalo blue, ultramarine blue, burnt sienna, raw sienna, burnt umber, yellow ochre, lemon yellow, cadmium yellow light, cadmium red medium, permanant rose, alizarin crimson, and titanium white.
Kevin I left a message on your James Ranch Blog, have you seen it regarding my notes on the McKinley workshop?ReplyDelete
Oh no, I didn't see any message from you on my James Ranch blog. Just looked again and couldn't find anything. Sorry I missed it. Enjoyed your review of that workshop though. I think this next year I'll probably at a place where I can save up some money for a good workshop. I plan to do more plein aire work here soon as I'm learning alot about mixing the colors I want!!ReplyDelete