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Simple explanations of the effects of light and what actually happens when mixing paints which will lead to better more efficient paint mixing.
Jul 25, 2010
'Blue and Yellow don't make Green', is a helpful book in focussing on the important variations in warm and cool aspects of Primary colors Red, Blue and Yellow. By matching them logically, a truer Secondary color is obtained. I knew something of this from earlier practice, but Wilcox has presented the matter thoroughly and clearly. The volume I received was in excellent condition, though a former Library edition.
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