What you upload is up to you, but you can upload the three mini exercises and the final project. Just have fun with it and play! :D
Here is my color wheel scanned in and cleaned up. I did make two but this is the one made with the true primaries; cyan, magenta, and yellow.
Looking back at my intuitive mixing exercise, I think I mixed purple more than any other color. You can tell I really love purple! <3
Here is the color play outcome still wet:
Notice how different it looks dry. The areas that had pools of water got an amazing texture and the circles I used more water in blended more. Honestly, you can find a lot of color inspiration just looking at one of these at a time.
Here are my favorites from the final project scanned in. I had a certain theme in mind for each of these pallets.
I was thinking of parrot feathers for the first one.
When creating this one I was inspired by a saturated sunset color scheme.
This one was inspired by nature, mostly trees and moss.
This is just a color scheme I love working in. I tried a variation of my favorite analogous colors.
It's a good idea to scan in your work like I did and keep it in a folder on your computer for future projects. You never know when you'll need inspiration, and having swatches made from paint you own and seeing how they mix can be a really helpful tool!
Made a few more because it's so fun!! :D
Here is an example of how to use a swatch. I really liked the color scheme so I stuck to these few colors and mixed them to make other colors. I used a scrap piece of paper to test out the new mixes as I painted.
I hope these examples inspires you to pick up your brush and create! :D I can't wait to see what you come up with!!