MIDDLE OF JANUARY…ALREADY!!!!

I am slowly getting back into regular posting. I have noticed that  when I post often ideas just flow from me, when I take a break  from posting, I find it much more difficult  to jump right into daily posting…Isn’t this just like exercise ? 🙂

Well, let us get out of  our state of inertia and build up momentum again:

“inertia [(i-nur-shuh)] In physics, the tendency for objects at rest to remain at rest, and for objects in uniform motion to continue in motion in a straight line, unless acted on by an outside force. (See Newton’s laws of motion.)”

So…shake off the cobwebs and start working on whatever craft you are perfecting at the moment.

I have started working on   TMB   again and I hope to show you some real progress soon, RR I need to do a finish post ASAP…

I want to go into colors today, this will help us understand the theory behind choosing colors for our projects, decorating, etc.

Blog: art lessons, art reviews, color theory / Fine Artist Gonzalo Ruiz Navarro / Washington DC:

Colour wheel:

If you click on the photograph above it will take you to a very interesting article.

I am going to keep this as a reference  tool because sometimes you just want to know what goes with what without spending time going through lots of research 🙂

This is all for now, Have A Terrific Thursday okay??!! 🙂

 

 

 

Comments

  1. I was trying to explain the color wheel to my sister-in-law last month. She always wants everything to match.

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  2. Brilliant, that’s a great article you linked to, I have been playing with colour a lot the past couple of weeks. x

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  3. tonymarkp says:

    Today a friend of mine showed me a hat she was crocheting that had pink and baby blue striped together. It looked so wonderful and I said I had no idea that those colors went together so well. Your color wheel post turned up just in the nick of time!

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  4. emmazocco says:

    That’s pretty interesting but bow I wonder why I think that yellow and blue go together much better than yellow/purple or orange/blue (contrasting colours). Maybe it’s just me!

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  5. Perfect! I went on a search this past weekend for my color wheel, which I found! 🙂 Have a Great Day!

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