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eBook Color by Betty Edwards: A Course in Mastering the Art of Mixing Colors ePub

by Betty Edwards

  • ISBN: 1585421995
  • Category: Study and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Betty Edwards
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tarcher; y First printing edition (September 23, 2004)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1295 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1771 kb
  • Other: lrf mobi docx txt
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 771

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Millions of people have learned to draw using the methods of Dr. Betty Edwards's bestseller The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain.

Millions of people have learned to draw using the methods of Dr. Now, much as artists progress from drawing to painting, Edwards moves from black-and-white into color. This new guide distills the enormous existing knowledge about color theory into a practical method of working with color to produce harmonious combinations

Betty Edwards is professor emeritus of art at California State University in Long Beach, California.

Betty Edwards is professor emeritus of art at California State University in Long Beach, California. sales of almost three million copies. She speaks regularly at universities, art schools, and companies, including the Walt Disney Corporation and the Apple Corporation. At last a book on Colour that explains clearly, with exercises for practice, the various aspects of colour use. Finding the values of colour on a black & white grid I have always found impossible.

I read Color because I had found Betty Edwards drawing book to be very helpful to improving my knowledge of art fundamentals. The major pros of this book are discussing the attributes of color (hue, value, and intensity) in practical ways that translate to technique in painting and by providing step by step instructions for how to proceed in painting, which is excellent for a novice like me. The major cons for me revolve around the presentation of the neuroscience behind color.

Color by Betty Edwards is a educational hands-on book on learning and mixing colours. The book has numerous lessons that are aimed at getting beginners familiar with different colour concepts

Color by Betty Edwards is a educational hands-on book on learning and mixing colours. The book has numerous lessons that are aimed at getting beginners familiar with different colour concepts. You get to learn about the different properties of colours, namely the hue, value and intensity. Those are the important bits and the tutorials included build on what's taught in the text. There's also coverage for the colour wheel, it talks about different colour schemes but not as much compared to other books, and other chapters talk about other things like observation, symbolism and more

Edwards is a competent and logical teacher of art. Her approach reduces fear factors and confusion about color giving you tools for your own mode of working.

Edwards is a competent and logical teacher of art. You are not limited to any medium, either. Though she lists acrylics and oils for the media, I use water color pigments and had no problems with the exercises she gives in the book. However, do not expect some kind of "miracle", but you may find "aha!" experiences taking place that will give positive reinforcement to your endeavors

Betty Edwards is professor emeritus of art at California State University in Long Beach, California.

The book on practical color theory! By Thriftbooks. com User, October 23, 2004. I learned to draw about 15 years ago from Betty Edward's classic DRAWING ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE BRAIN

The book on practical color theory! By Thriftbooks. I learned to draw about 15 years ago from Betty Edward's classic DRAWING ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE BRAIN.

The author of The New Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain distills the complext principles of color theory into a practical, easy-to-follow method of working with color to produce harmonious and pleasing combinations, explaining how to see and use color and how to mix and combine hues. Simultaneous. One Spirit & QPB.

Comments

Jorad Jorad
This is a wonderful introduction about color and color theory for the beginner, but it doesn't go beyond what is taught in art classes at the high school and beginning introductory classes at the college level. I was hoping for expert tips and something about how color palettes work in paintings. Of course, if you're just getting started in art and not attending college or an art school, this is a worthwhile book.
Tat Tat
I cannot say enough good about this book. Being new to color mixing and understanding color in the "painting" world, I needed solid, basic information; it is not only there but done intelligently and clearly. She is asking you to use acrylics in the exercises to simplify the process, but I have actually started with watercolors and am still getting what I need in the way of a good learning experience. Have learned how the brain changes what we are actually seeing, how colors influence each other when in proximity, and all the color wheel basics. I bought a used copy so I could mark it up! I will be using this info in my fiber work from now on!
Joni_Dep Joni_Dep
I first checked this book out of my local library and loved it so much I kept it for almost a year. I returned it the day after my Amazon copy arrived and the fine was worth every penny. I had struggled with my ability to produce watercolors that I liked. This book changed everything. Through a mixture (no pun intended) of theory and exercises, it helped me understand how to achieve perfect results. It is a constant reference. I have simply found no better book on understanding color.
Whitegrove Whitegrove
At last a book on Colour that explains clearly, with exercises for practice, the various aspects of colour use. Finding the values of colour on a black & white grid I have always found impossible. Now it's clearer.

Betty Edwards writes clearly, obviously loves her subject and is accustomed to imparting information to students at all levels.
Furthermore, the font size in this book is great and easy to read, particularly for mature aged artists.
I would recommend this book as a must for all artists from beginners to those more experienced who have, like me, struggle to master the nuances of getting the correct value in colour.
Gom Gom
If you want to dig deep into Color theory, this is an excellent book. This is a textbook and not your typical how-to art book.
Mojar Mojar
Excellent book on color theory. I'm a makeup artist and used to paint as well. I thought this contained great information for anyone who works with color on a regular basis.
Daiktilar Daiktilar
Awesome book! Makes understanding the use of color for painting very easy and understandable! I am a self taught acrylic painter and I keep finding myself going back to this book for guidance on mixing and using color in my work! Since my work has improved greatly!
While this book covers basic color theory adequately, all the exercises are designed for acrylic painting. There was no information in the description of the book to indicate that ONLY acrylics were being used for the exercises. If there was and I missed it, it wasn't stated clearly enough. As a watercolorist working to master color mixing (not a beginner, however) I must alert people interested in watercolors that this will not be the best book for you. Color theory is based on certain rules true for all painters; however, when you start mixing colors, there's a big difference between acrylics and watercolors. In the end, this book wasn't of much use to me. I'll donate to library.