I remain at the window long after the woods have swallowed up the last glimpse of my home. This time I don’t have even the slightest hope of return. Before my first Games, I promised Prim I would do everything I could to win, and now I’ve sworn to myself to do all I can to keep Peeta alive. I will never reverse this journey again.
a public service announcement
Some people are probably gonna misunderstand this a bit.
You really should’ve mentioned that this probably goes mainly for people who work with traditional painting such as oils or acrylics.
Most young artists do stuff digitally and doesn’t always rely on blending the colors to get the result they look for - Solid Cel Shading is a good example of that and is a very popular way to color a drawing.
Mixing too many colors traditionally often ends up with muddy colors - that’s true, but with digital mediums you can easily work around that problem and still use red, blue and yellow.
Stuff like this really varies depending on what painting technique the artist use.
Also the terms CMYK and RGB has little to nothing to do with what painting technique you use.
CMYK and RGB are used in terms of displaying and printing the finished artwork - they are not used to describe coloring-techniques.
Red, Yellow, Blue = trad painting
Red, Green, Blue = digital painting (for display on screens)
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black = colour separation during the printing process
Ignoring the original primary colours means secondary colours can’t exist
This is Grýla, an Icelandic monster who ate bad children before Christmas.
You better not shout,
You better not cry,
You better not pout,
Or an Icelandic monster will fucking eat you.
The mom doesn’t even look panicked she’s just “Sigh. Goddamn it Jimmy I fucking told you.”