Here is another variation of the basic three hue mixes for the Color Wheel Game Color Wheels.
The Color Wheel on the left is another example of a fifteen minute watercolor, color wheel presented in the Color Game Workshop. To the right is a color wheel showing neutrals created by mixing near complements from the colors created for the wheel on the left.
You have two choices when mixing near complements, the one to the right of the complement and the one to the left of the complement. The two wheels above show both variations as well as showing different ways of applying the paint to create the color wheel. I try to get as much information as possible in each wheel. These neutral mix color wheels are far more time consuming than the fifteen minute basic color wheel. It is soooooooo easy to get confused and mix the wrong colors.
These wheels were made using New Gamboge, Speedball Red and Joe’s Blue (phthalo). It is a versatile color palette and may become one of my favorites.