Gouache Color Mixes: Yellow Ochre (PY42) Winsor & Newton

Note: I didn’t start mixing my colors with Zinc White yet, which is why that line is blank. This post will be updated when I do.
Note: Titanium White is much warmer than shown here, it only looks blue because I had leftover blue paint on my brushes when mixing and it appeared that way. It is warmer and looks a bit more orange.
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Hello everyone, I did a few gouache color mixing charts over the past several weeks so that I can become more familiar with my paints.
Yellow Ochre is the newest addition to my palette, along with Permanent White. It’s a duller than Burnt Sienna, which makes it nicer to use when doing skin tones. I also use it for the darks it makes with Ultramarine Blue.

My book is out! It compiles my drawings and journals from when I went to Seattle in April. Here is a link to the book or more information at my blog post here.

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