Welcome to my thread, I will be mentoring Sigit in this course. Feel free to browse and maybe learn too! Unfortunately at the moment, I'm not accepting any more mentees; however, please feel free to contact me through PM anyways, I might change my mind.
What to expect:
For now, we shall start with a basic black and white exercises to encourage you to see how value can play in composition and contrast. Eventually, that will progress to the fun part, coloring with the color theory application!
The colors are just an eyecandy bonus with more mastering required. It is an art within art. Try to see that with everything you do when you draw and paint.
I'll do one rule to help you change how you view your artwork, preparing yourself further for coloring.
1) There's no 2D forms. If you think it's 2D on the paper/screen, you're fooled... hard. The paper/screen is actually a magical portal to 3rd dimension and represents literal 3D forms. Shift your focus to 3rd dimension!
And to get started, I'll ask you to do one black and white (good sized please) sphere and ground art based on this reference: http://www.williamsclass.com/Electiv...alueSphere.jpg
There you also can see what purpose it is, try to use it to your advantage.
I'll be using your first piece as the base ground and start from there. Do your best with it.
Colorful luck Sigit!