For creatives, color isn’t only pretty to look at. It’s a helpful tool that can be applied anywhere—from pulling off a daring #OOTD look, creating a successful brand identity, or giving your artwork some added sophistication. And nothing is more mesmerizing and inspiring than an amazing color scheme.
In this installment of my Color in Practice series, I’ll share how color theory helps us mix and match colors with confidence and share a few ideas for how to apply those color schemes to your work ASAP!
Word of the Week is designed to bring you a little luck and a lot of fun in the days to come. This week’s word is…
Choices are only good if you can bank on them! Don’t be afraid to make a decisive move. The way forward is full of possibility no matter where you go or stay. No matter what you try or forgo. No matter who you befriend or unfollow. The experience shapes you either way.
Tip of the Week: Stay autonomous this week! Take the wheel and live your own life!
Share about a decision you’re thankful you made in the comments or on social media using the hashtag #WOTW2021!
Last year, I challenged myself to make art a priority and set a personal challenge in October to create beverage-themed illustrations. My Drinktober results were so fun that I made some of my favorites available on holiday stationery shortly after! Looking back after a year, I’m so proud of myself for letting loose, having fun, and making time for something I knew I wanted to improve in.
Color is a vital part of our daily life. It changes our mood, helps us stay organized, can draw our attention, or convey a message. And none of this happens by accident. If you’re curious about color or want to learn how to incorporate more of it into your creative work, I’m excited to share some of my knowledge in this short blog series, Color in Practice.
Today, I’ll start us off with a quick introduction to some basic color theory concepts and terminology, plus share my favorite tips for picking great color combinations.