In this video lesson, you will learn how to create a Hue string with Burnt Sienna. You’ll also get to see first hand how the mixes start off dull and as you go around the colour wheel, how warm the colours become.
In this video lesson, you will learn how to make something close to Transparent Red Iron Oxide if you’re not able to find it at the art store. It’s an amazing colour for glazing and creating vintage/steampunk art.
In this video lesson, you will learn how to shift Burnt Sienna on the colour wheel by looking at where it sits on the colour wheel and then working with similar base colours and compliments in your palette.
In this video lesson, you’ll learn a few ways to brighten up and dull Burnt Sienna. It would be so much easier going with Burnt Umber or Raw Umber, but nah… you’re not there YET 😆
In this lesson, you will learn about Burnt Sienna and Transparent Red Iron Oxide, the differences, the similarities and you’ll create a value study to see the true underlying colours.
In this video, you will learn how to analyze why a colour would brighten or dull a mixture down, but knowing what the pigments are and where it sits on the colour wheel.