For airbrush artists, this changes everything.
The long-awaited online solution to color problems has arrived. Presenting the FULL course on color matching, color theory, and error-correcting for airbrush artists.
This is the same content Dru teaches in his workshops, and used by his students all over the world, only we've condensed it into under an hour with no filler. Just pure content that you can start using immediately. Classroom in a Box home study courses are recorded using HD video and narrated by Dru Blair himself as he walks you through each color concept. It's the next best thing to being there!
Here is everything you need to know about color!
Don't ever be confused or intimidated by color again. This video will equip you with all the understanding that you need to match ANY color, and the best part is that this knowledge will stick with you forever. No matter your current skill level, you can achieve perfect color and become a better artist. We guarantee it.
Join a workshop or purchase Classroom in a Box home study course to prove to yourself that you ready to take your art to the next level!
This is a step by step workshop project from beginning to end - Just like being in the classroom with Dru teaching! You see the project as a first-person viewer. The camera is positioned in front of the instructor, not over the shoulder, so you will see the project develop as Dru's eyes would see it.
Topics covered include
Included in this kit:
- 2 - 5 x 7-inch double-sided sheets of Blair Airbrush Paper
- 3 - color test sheets
- 1- large Blair Color Wheel
- 1 - 5 value color wheel set
- 3- isolation windows
- 3 - target swatches
- Exclusive access to online instructional content
- Nicely packaged to keep supplies organized - also GREAT for gift giving!
Recommended skill level - Beginner and higher. If you are new to airbrushing we also recommend the Classroom in a Box - Eye kit.
Paint not included. in this kit version. Colors needed: Sepia, Burnt Umber, Red-Violet, White, Scarlet, Yellow, Cobalt Blue.
1 Your eyes deceive you
2 Real-world Illusions
3 Simultaneous Contrast
4 Color Constancy
5 Optical Blending
6. Chromatic Adaptation
7. Identifying Color
8. Local Color
9. Absolute Color
10. Relative Color
11.The color wheel
12. Hue angles
13 Color Saturation
14. Black in darker values
15. components of color
17 The most important aspect of color
18, Warm and cool colors
19. Relative warm and cool
20 Color behavior in the color wheel
21. mixing 2 colors
22. Mixing 3 colors
22. Limited palette
23. Cymk vs RGB
24. The color of the world
25 Choosing which colors to mix
26 Determining which colors you need
27 Using the color wheel
28 Locating complements
29 Mixing complements
30 Don't start from gray
31 Color wheel maps vs names
32. ideal vs actual color wheel
33. Matching color in theory
34 isolation window
35 Using simultaneous contrast as an ally
Video Access (granted at checkout) Includes access to 55 minutes of intense instructional HD quality video!
This is a full workshop lesson from beginning to end - Just like being in the classroom with Dru teaching! You see the project as a ffirst-personviewer. The camera is positioned in front of the instructor, not over the shoulder, so you will see the project develop as Dru's eyes would see it.
1-Purchase one or more Classroom in a Box kits
2-Create an account at checkout if you don't already have one with our store. You will be prompted to supply your email and create a password unless you have previously created an account for that email address.
3-Check your email for a link to view your Classroom in a Box video(s). It will have a subject of: Blair School of Realism: Classroom in a Box -Video link, and will arrive from: Blair School of Art firstname.lastname@example.org
4-Click on the link that is emailed to you. You will be directed when to enter your password. You will then be able to view your video online (requires internet access).
Videos are for private use only and may not be shared, played for an audience, or used to conduct classes without written authorization.V iolation may result in forfeiture of viewing rights to all Classroom in a Box videos.
Usage rights are included with the Classroom in a box, so purchasers can paint this image again and again, royalty-free.
Usage rights of kit materials and videos themselves are non-transferable, and distribution of the kits, videos, and/or their content to the public is prohibited without written consent.
Some students have even sold their art created with the kit for more than the cost of the kit itself. For example, Alan Anderson recently sold his painting from the “Stargazer” kit for $600!