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  • Painting a Black and White Painting
    By: Leonardo
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    This is an old-school way to work: black and white on toned or colored paper. Its often called a wash drawing, and you can explore a range of values, and, in this case, textures. You'll need black watercolor OR some other dark color like brown, purple, green, or blue, along with an opaque white paint (I used acrylic paint). I think beginners or advanced-beginners will learn a lot from this project. Colors used in background: cadmium red light, cadmium yellow light, cadmium yellow medium, alizarine crimson, all by Old Holland. Black paint by Prang. White acrylic paint by Liquitex.
  • Paint American Flag
    By: Bradley
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    Have you ever thought about how often an artist has to paint drapery? Drapery is the art term for folds and wrinkles in fabric. In this video were going to paint some extra tough drapery: the American flag. Painting with watercolor is difficult so we decided to solve this problem with masking fluid. The stripes are easier, but the flags wrinkles pose their own challenges. Used materials: * Paper: 9"x12" 140 lb. watercolor paper by The Langton * Preliminary drawing: 4H Derwent Graphic pencil. * Palette: Eldajon from Jerrys Artarama * Masking fluid: Incredible White Mask liquid frisket * Main colors: cadmium yellow light, cadmium red light, alizarin crimson, cadmium yellow medium, cerulean, ultramarine blue, thalo blue, dioxazine mauve, and sepia
  • What Color Is A Mirror?
    By: Bradley
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    In this video we talked about colors. And the more important thing is to know what color is a mirror? You might say silver because mirrors are often illustrated that way and to be sure mirrors are made out of silver or silvery things. But a mirror in reality is whatever color you pointed at. For example in a green room the mirror is green and if you look inside a mirror it becomes you color…
  • How to Paint a Realistic Mouth (Lips) - Watercolor Portrait Tutorial
    By: Leonardo
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    This is part two of a series of watercolor painting tutorials that will show you how to paint a mouth and lips, then the series will continue demonstrating how to paint a face with watercolor techniques, leading up to a full watercolor portrait tutorial. Additional videos will demonstrate how to draw a mouth, too. What you see here is a speed painting at 8x normal time. Painting details: "Kelly's Lips" is a 5"x7" watercolor on Arches 140 lb watercolor paper. It was taped to a piece of masonite with Kraft paper tape. Colors used: cadmium red light, alizarine crimson, cadmium yellow medium, dioxazine mauve (all by Old Holland); opera (by Holbein); iridescent napthol red (by DaVinci).
  • How to Use Colored Eye Pencils
    By: mileylarry
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    Fun, colored eyeliners are something that is really great to play with, but they need to be done right. Here's some tips on what to do. One thing to keep in mind is making sure the color that you choose complements your eye and your eye color, your coloring, etc. I have several different colors with me. I have blue, gold, purple. I also have cream liners, which is nice, and also liquid.
  • Plastic Wrap Nail Tutorial | Beige nails with blue ombre/gradient effect
    By: JiinxBeauty
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    Hey everyone! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on beige nails with blue ombre/gradient effect - you can totally go ahead and play around with different colors (to be honest, I think I should have used a darker blue nail polish..)
  • How to Blend Textured Paint -  Painting Basics
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    Blending textured paint is a great way to take two existing colors and turn them into a third new one. Find out how to blend textured paint with help from an experienced art professional in this free video clip.
  • Hitachi Seaside Park in Japan
    By: ARVC
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    Welcome to flower paradise. Less than two hours from Tokyo, the Hitachi Seaside Park is a palette of colors, changing from one season to another, making it an all-year-round paradise. In the spring, these baby-blue flowers, called nemophilas, bloom all over the park. It's as if you’re standing in the middle of powdery blue goodness.
  • Tulip Fields in Netherlands
    By: ARVC
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    From the end of March until the second week of May the flowers in the bulb fields bloom. It goes without saying that the exact period depends on the weather. Generally speaking, the best time is the second half of April. At the end of March the crocus season starts. The daffodils and early and small tulips are next, from the beginning of April. From mid-April the daffodils and the hyacinths bloom. Finally, from mid April until the first week in May the tulips show off their glorious colors.
  • Why is the sky blue? Educational
    By: Victor_Brown
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    Hi, we have look at the sky many time but we might not asking our self is the ral color of the sky blue? Or not? If yes what is make and if not why it looks blue? in fact the real color of sky is not blue but in a quick explanation we can say the way light passing the atmosphere cause the light coming from the sky and passing atmosphere looks blue. For knowing more we need to know more about the light in self. The light contains more different colors. Each of colors of light have different wave length. Red light has the longest wave and the blue light is the shorter one.
  • Why is the sky blue? Science
    By: Victor_Brown
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    Hi, we know that sea is blue and sky is also blue but why sky is blue? is the sky rally blue or are there anything make it look blue? the answer is yes the light which is coming from the sun it has several colors we can find them by disintegrating the waves. For example the red light has the longest wave. When the light come from the sun it collision with atmosphere and it causes the light disintegrate by atmosphere so that a special range and wave of light we see, this wave interpret blue by our brain. So that sky like blue.
  • Can you trust your eyes? Science video
    By: articleA
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    Hi most of our perception about the world we live in are base on visual images which are interpret of our brain. But the question is here, are they trustable? Can we trust our eyes? In the video you will see two columns in two different conditions but because of the different condition they are in, our brain interpret them with different colors while when we remove extra colors and make the condition for them the same, we see that the colors amazingly are the same and more amazing is here that even if we now they re illusion still out eye see the different colors.
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