Thursday, November 5, 2009

Value Chart, 4th post (and last!)

Value Chart

This is the last of the chart postings for now--they're not the most exciting posts, but I loved the way they allowed me to explore more limited palettes, and practice correctly identifying the values in the planes of a landscape. Laurel suggested I put the colors from which I mixed each palette at the top of each set of values--a very good point! Laying out all that tape had me stressed out enough--it's no wonder I missed something. :)

-julie davis

5 comments:

Dana Cooper Fine Art said...

Thank you for posting your value charts...I can only speak for myself but I find anything art and it's lessons exciting!
I look forward to seeing how all this work translates to your work.

Stephen Parker said...

Julie,
Thanks for doing this. I missed class on Wednesday and it will help me be prepared for next week, since Laurel says she's going to do one more session using the secondary colors. Very helpful.

Barbara M. said...

Hi Julie,

But you laid out the tape so perfectly. I have been really enjoying this series, your dedication and the discoveries you're letting us in on. Super work.

xoxoxoxoxoBarbara

Lisa Daria said...

Okay, I'm convinced, I now have to spend the weekend doing value charts. . . thanks for showing this, it's great to get a glimpse into how other people work.

Rusty Jones said...

I gotta say the charts and the exercise of making them, for me, would be a major pain in the butt, but after seeing yours...I think I'll give it a try.