I really enjoyed this course. I'm definitely more of a go with your gut person when it come to color, using some basic principles that are largely intuitive. I appreciated learning some more tips and I think I am more inclined to really work on developing some color schemes before I get too deep into a project.
At the end of this project I've included a couple of little things I'm working on where I would love any feedback on the colors!
What a fun color wheel exercise! I noticed how few orange things I could find in the house.
The first value scale goes from 0 - 100% black in 10% increments. and then I made some more value scales based off of mustard, cyan, and a pinkish magenta. Those are my favorite "primaries" to start from and I highlighted the range I like to work in the most.
For my color harmonies exercise I did a quick portrait of my in-laws' home and then used monochromatic, split complementary, analogous, and tetradic color schemes. I ended up loving the teradic one.
I ended up liking this one the most. I really wanted the house to pop so I used warmer colors (which is closer to the real house anyway) and they're more saturated.
This is a project I'm working on where I'm trying to describe the pandemic / 2020 using different song lyrics and eventually hope to have a whole series of these. Here I thought it was funny to use an easter egg-y color scheme and some pretty emo Phoebe Bridgers lyrics.
In progress, I desaturated it a bit at the end.
And this is a project I am working on and I am curious if anyone has any feedback about the colors. My mom wrote a children's book about a redwood near her house that is clinging to the cliff and I started working on some illustrations for her in the style she was envisioning. We based the initial colors off of a painting she did (the second image).