Color Palette #124 :: Koi Pond
One of my good friends was teasing me the other day about how I don’t talk about color theory at all here, and I either need to get on that or change my tagline.
Note to self, change tagline.
In my defense, I dig color theory, but I can get pretty verbose on that particular subject. Sometimes, when I start talking about it, I can see people’s eyes start to glaze over, which is exactly the response I was trying to elicit (not really). Either it’s me, or color theory can be a little dry (I’m going with the latter, just so you know). Plus, I figured most artists will already have an understanding of color theory or know where to go to find more. Am I wrong?
This doesn’t mean I don’t have interest in it. In fact, it’s info I’ve wanted to share for a while, but never had much motivation to get it done. My posts at Art Bead Scene and Beads of Clay give me a little fix, but maybe I need a bigger push. And since I just made a point about asking readers questions, this is me taking my own advice.
So, my question to you would be is color theory something that you as a reader would be interested in? If so, what kind of format? I’m thinking either a series of posts, but I could see it as an ebook, too, or a series of emails. The posts would be faster for both of us, honestly, but I’m open to suggestions.
Also names; naming things is not my forte.
P.S. Isn’t that koi pond pretty? I’ve always wanted one in my backyard, but taking care of living things beyond myself is a heavy responsibility, you know?