I just discovered your blog through SandWyrm's excellent series on color theory. I enjoyed it immensely and will now have to try some Analogous and Complementary harmony (I always wondered why my color combinations never
quite satisfied me).
My question is: how does the untrained eye discern where individual citadel
paints fall on the color wheel and determine analogous hues? Is there a
table somewhere that shows this or is it simply something that you have to
play with until it 'feels right'?
Thanks for any help,
Oh, are you lucky.
I had to learn to see the hues in any color by painting chart after chart of hue/saturation triangles. Then I had to paint self portraits using each of the various color harmonies. Then it took 10 more years of working for it to really sink in.
But since you're not in one of my color classes, I can't torture you. So I'll just have to make a chart that you can save and reference.
P.S. I'm not charting out the foundation paints or the washes. You can do that yourself! :P