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The following documents, tracings, examples, etc, can all be downloaded free of charge - they are licensed under Creative Commons 4.0 BY-NC-SA - Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-Alike. If you would like to use any of these resources for commercial use, please get in touch by adding a comment below giving your contact information and a fee will be determined based on circulation etc. Some items I do require you to contact me for a license to be issued if you want to use them in a class that you teach - I normally do not charge for this, but if you're teaching very large numbers or charging your students a lot of money, then a proportionate fee is payable - but for ALL private, individual use, my materials are provided gratis.

Colour Wheels Exercise
In this exercise you can print colour wheels to then paint using warm, cool, earth, dark or neutralised primaries. The latter are not on my colour palette (below) but are reasonably neutral in any case - as someone asked me earlier, if you don't have Indigo, please use Cobalt Blue. I've done versions for UK and USA use. If you want to use this in a painting class or similar, please contact me to ask for me to license it to you - I ordinarily don't charge for this unless you're using it for very large audiences.
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The Spin Doctor's Palette
This is my usual 24-colour watercolour palette that I recommend for most experienced painters. I've made a set of painted swatches available as they may help those new to painting to recognise how colours relate to one another.
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3 Jar Paint - Inspiration Method
I've posted this on my blog and so far, hundreds of people have read about it after a few art groups picked it up and put it on Facebook. As I know some people using it are struggling with ideas complete, I've made some worksheets to start people off.
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Wallace-Seymour - Early Watercolours (Cornelissen Exclusive)
I've provided some more detailed pigment information on this line, which may help you when making decisions about what colours to buy! They are a Cornelissen exclusive product and I have no affiliation to L. Cornelissen & Son Ltd or to Wallace-Seymour Ltd, and receive no compensation for driving sales etc - I am just providing information off my own back to help you make the right choices when deciding what to buy or to help you understand your paints.
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Wallace-Seymour - 18th Century Watercolours (Turners Exclusive)
I've provided some more detailed pigment information on this line, which may help you when making decisions about what colours to buy! They are a Turners Art Supplies exclusive product and I have no affiliation to Turners Art Supplies or to Wallace-Seymour Ltd, and receive no compensation for driving sales etc  - I am just providing information off my own back to help you make the right choices when deciding what to buy or to help you understand your paints.
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Wallace-Seymour - Vintage Watercolours (Turners Exclusive)
I've provided some more detailed pigment information this line, which may help you when making decisions about what colours to buy! They are a Turners Art Supplies exclusive product and I have no affiliation to Turners Art Supplies or to Wallace-Seymour Ltd, and receive no compensation for driving sales etc  - I am just providing information off my own back to help you make the right choices when deciding what to buy or to help you understand your paints.
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3 comments:

  1. Thank you so much downloaded (on inkjet but will copy it on to watercolour the wheel) thank you from all us newbies

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  2. I learned a lot about color mixing on your You Tube video. Thanks for the downloads. They are a great help (notice how I spell the word color. Guess where I am from.)

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  3. Just found your videos yesterday and want to say Thanks! Your videos have been the most informative and understanding of the newbie that I've seen yet. And I have watched A LOT of videos trying to get a handle on this watercolor thing. You ROCK!

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