In this case your Free Stuff is free Printable Color Wheels to download and print on your desktop printer. These are for you to practice with. Here's your chance to have some fun with color.
1. You can use plain copy paper. However, you'll get better results if you use slightly heavier white paper. It doesn't need to be watercolor paper or anything special.
2. Sit down with some simple watercolors, craft paints, acrylics or any other type of paint you'd like to try. You might like to start out by trying to mix your own Basic Color Wheel.
3. Next try to create Tints, Shades and Tones by mixing in a little white, black or gray.
4. You also might like to try your hand at mixing some of the different Color Schemes using your own paints and color choices.
Or just explore on your own! You'll learn something new about mixing colors no matter how you approach it.
Dive right in and remember ..... everything you try is a learning experience.
Download and print this Free Color Wheel on any standard 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Use it as a handy reference guide when planning Color Schemes for graphics, art, craft or home decorating projects.
1. Download and print this Free Blank Color Wheel on any standard 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Use it to test paint mixtures when planning Color Schemes.
2. Try painting your own Basic Color Wheel by mixing Primary Colors and Secondary Colors.
Artists usually experiment with different pigments before starting a project and save the results as reference. And of course most artists I know always can use free stuff like this too.
Looks challenging doesn't it ?
Don't worry - just start mixing and see what happens !
1. Download and print this Free Blank Double-Ringled Paint Mixing Wheel on any standard 8 1/2" x 11" paper.
2. This Color Wheel gives you the chance to try adding White, Black or Gray to your basic paint mixtures to make Pastels, Shades and Tones.
3. Try adding another color completely and record the results. Use it to test paint mixtures when planning Color Schemes.
These three FREE Printable Color Wheels are your chance to play with paint. Make the most of your special Free Stuff. Print as many copies as you like and experiment to your hearts content.
Try not to be too serious about this.
No one will see the results except you. No one is grading you on the results.
The whole idea is to just explore the magic of colors and the beautiful mixtures you get when you start to combine them.
PS.... I'll be adding more Free Stuff from time to time, so be sure to check back.