Welcome to the second episode my series, Color Mixing! The purpose of this series is to learn how to mix secondary colors as well as browns and neutrals, and how those mixes compare to tube versions of the same color family. Today we are going to look at various shades of purples! We will also take a look at the differences in the meaning of the words purple and violet.
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What are your favorite combinations for mixing purples?
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