The Gamut Gizmo

by Matthew Innis |

Color is frequently an artist’s area of least confidence.  Between the vast number of pigments available and the plain subjectivity of color’s usage, an uncertain artist may be befuddled by too many choices, and the ensuing second-guesses that accompany a work’s every color decision may make for a less-than-pleasant painting experience, as well as a less-than-satisfactory painting.  Seeking a way to best…

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