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i wasn't really sure where to ask this, so i'm going to do it here.

 

i'm getting back into painting and i'm having trouble getting all my colors where i want them to be, are there any tips to color theory and just getting everything to match up the way i have it planned out in my head other than just fucking around with it until i get it to work?

 

i'm sure there have to be some tips ya'll have picked up along your way that you could pass on.

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"Ebensee Survivor"

96 in. x 32 in.

Spraypaint and stencils on canvas.

5 sections of 4 layer stencils.

 

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An emaciated survivor poses on a road in the Ebensee concentration camp two days after his liberation.

 

This survivor, who spoke English, served as a guide and translator for US Army Signal Corps photographer Arnold Samuelson during his two days at the concentration camp.

 

ebenseesurvivor1croppedcz0.jpg

 

Peace.

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i wasn't really sure where to ask this, so i'm going to do it here.

 

i'm getting back into painting and i'm having trouble getting all my colors where i want them to be, are there any tips to color theory and just getting everything to match up the way i have it planned out in my head other than just fucking around with it until i get it to work?

 

i'm sure there have to be some tips ya'll have picked up along your way that you could pass on.

 

Real-Color-Wheel-Plain5in72dpi.png

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;6255268']"Ebensee Survivor"

96 in. x 32 in.

Spraypaint and stencils on canvas.

5 sections of 4 layer stencils.

 

Original Image:

 

An emaciated survivor poses on a road in the Ebensee concentration camp two days after his liberation.

 

This survivor, who spoke English, served as a guide and translator for US Army Signal Corps photographer Arnold Samuelson during his two days at the concentration camp.

 

ebenseesurvivor1croppedcz0.jpg

 

Peace.

 

 

No fuckin way.. I lived a few miles up the road from Ebensee for about a year.. Pretty messed up vibe around there that's for sure, don't know who could live there really.

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Good call thanks. I just keep hearing that PDOs bind for preparing isnt suposed to be relied on by itself, but maybe ill try it out and see what else i can do.

 

should probably through a few statements in there to sanitize the input and make sure were getting the types of characters expected for u/p

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