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    Colors guide

    is there any colors guide-how to use colors in drawings(warm/cold/etc..)?
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    Nope.

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    We have numerous threads. Here's one to get you started http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...cussion-thread


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    Andrew Loomis Creative Illustration has a great section on color So does Gurney's Color and Light. You can buy both from Amazon.

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    Why is it I've been on here for years but think I've never actually given Briggsys site a long look over. Think I remember it from years ago but was too early to even give a thought. Sitting there completely dumbfounded.

    Well you find things on CA.org every day. Now some reading.

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    Gurney's Color and Light is a really cool book, but it's more like a random grab bag of helpful tips for a big variety of situations than a good basic guide of color theory, so it wouldn't be my choice for somebody just looking to figure out color from square 1.

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