Save yourself years of costly 'art instruction' …
"You're About to Discover How to Make Color Work for You In Every Illustration You Paint!"
Award winning children's book author-illustrator Mark Mitchell will share the secret of unlocking beautiful color in your artwork.But you'll have to tell him where to send it to you.
After you click "Claim Your Free Color Course Now" you'll see a "Thank You" page reminding you to check your in-box.
After you've gone to the message and clicked the confirmation link, you'll see an information page about Mark's course, "Make Your Splashes; Make Your Marks! "
Don't panic. Your welcome e-mail with the link to your first Keys to Color Power session will be waiting for you in your e-mail inbox.
Links to the other free sessions will arrive over the next couple of weeks, until you have all 14.
Inside this series of fun, free PDF Power Lessons, you'll discover ...
- The real job that color must do in your painting. (Knowing this will transform how you think about color in your art!)
- How to knock years off your learning curve with handling watercolor.
- How to easily control and leverage the colors in your palette, so that every hue in your picture sings.
- A 'laser accurate' Color Wheel that you won't find in art stores.
(It's not like the others. I looked for one for years, and finally had to make my own, just like the Renaissance painters did.) I'll show you how to make yours. You won't believe the results it will bring you!
- Five enchanted color relationships. Use any one of them to bring poetry to your picture! Ignore their magic at your peril.
- How to never again feel confused or limited by your color choices in painting.
Learn the secret of conjuring lovely color in your artwork every time.
The 14 free, easy lessons of Power Color: Creating Perfect Palettes For Your Illustrations will move you from color naive to color savvy as they take you for a most unusual spin around the color wheel. You’ll see the difference in your paintings almost immediately.
“In all of my research (on-line and in books) in the last several
"The need for a sustainable, predictably successful approach to color -- for illustration as well as fine art -- became crystal clear to me when I switched from oil painting to watercolors…the old ‘keep messing with it until it’s right’ approach just was NOT working with watercolor…
“As you predicted, the results are immediately recognizable. I heave a huge sigh of relief!"
Susan Sorrell Hill