Part 4: Using Color in Concept Art

Part 4: Using Color in Concept Art

By Cliff Cramp

Looking to set the mood in your digital artwork? This beginner’s video tutorial will show you how Painter Master Elite Cliff Cramp establishes color references, adds temperature to light and shadows, adjusts the color values of a painting, and suggests details by defining edges. This overview of using color in Painter will also go over more information about:

  • Setting color mood
  • Creating color references
  • Establishing light temperature
  • Unifying shadows and colors
  • Suggesting details with edges

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