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Color Theory Made Easy: A New Approach to Color Theory and How to Apply it to Mixing Paints Paperback – April 1, 1996
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About the Author
Jim Ames is a graphic designer, illustrator, and watercolorist. A member of the American Watercolor Society, he teaches watercolor at the Flint Institute of Arts. He lives in Flint, Michigan.
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What I found particularly valuable in this book is that the ideas *work.* I am not so sure about his theory about *why* they work, but the fact is that they do. The information in this book both overlaps to some extent and is complementary to Mr. Wilcox's book, so I highly recommend that you get both books. Between the two, you will have enough grounding in sound, applicable color mixing procedures that you will be able to confidently mix any two colors you want and have a very good idea what you will get as a result.