In the recent post Simplify Mixing Greens we saw how using Chromatic Black as a starting point for mixing greens can result in a wide variety of naturalistic greens. In this short video, I use Williamsburg Neutral Greys as a starting point to mix low chroma greens. You can use the premixed Williamsburg or Gamblin greys (which are helpfully formulated to match specific values in a range) or you can mix your own using Chromatic Black.
P.S. Learn more about mixing color in our online color classes Practical Color Mixing for Landscape Painters and Color + Light !
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