The Mattelson Palette

by Matthew Innis |

When I first began painting, I asked everyone I could harass what was their “secret formula” for painting flesh.  (A college professor had told me I had horrible color sense because I used brown in the painting of a costume, and my fragile ego had me very uncertain about color for years).  One artist told…

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