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goodbye Jamie Shouse: Shadows are less saturated. When you pull to the right, you are increasing
the saturation while darkening the value. They compete with the mid tone
for what should be in the foreground. That's why it appears muddy. (The
technical explanation of why this works)
Saturation = how bright or grey a color is. Value = how light or dark a
color is. Hue = color. red, blue, yellow, ect.
The thing I feel you are missing is changing hue, that's what makes a piece
really pop. I've heard it called "bending" and it changed how I paint.
In general, shadows go towards purple/blue, high lights go towards yellow
(think of a circle instead of a bar). When you pull down, also move the
color slider on the side down to red, just a little for each shade darker
you go. When making a high light color, move the color bar towards yellow.
That expands the range of value you can use without using pure white and
loosing detail. Since cool colors (purple, blue, green) fall back and warm
colors (yellow, orange, red) come forward, this will also add more
dimension to your work.
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