Today I want to show you, how digital art pictures are created. A couple of month ago I showed you the “making of I love Helsinki”. Some elements are similar, but now and then we have different approaches.
Making of Maija Luusua
When counting all the layers and adjustment layers I ended with 103! On layers you work on the pictures, and with adjustment layers I can correct levels, curves, colors and more-
I am not going to show you every of the 103 layers!
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Now we are at the end of our little series. Today we have a look at the other two colors, which are necessary for printing with CMYK: Cyan and Magenta.
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And another step into the world of color and psychology, today it is grey, white and black. Sounds a bit monotonous, but it is not. Continue reading “Color and Psychology: Grey, White, Black”
So lets go on with the psychology of colors. Today we are dealing with the complementary colors of last week: green = mixed from blue and yellow, violett = mixed from blue and red and orange mixed from red and yellow.
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Last week we started our little article series about colors psychology and had a closer look at color circles
Today we will get a bit closer to the matter how colors affect us by dealing with red, blue and yellow. Our good old friends from our color box.
So grab a brush and lets start! 😀 Continue reading “Colors and Psychology: Red – Blue – Yellow”
Today I want to talk ablut color psychology, symbolism of colors and how we might see colors.
Everybody sees colors in a different way. Some are talking about a very light blue, while others see the same color as a light purple. That’s why it is so difficult for graphic designers to fullfill the color wishes of their customers. Everbody knows it: “I want a very happy green for my website” and then they show you an example of this happy green which turns out to be the backside of some dried leaves. It is a way to see things.
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