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Old 11-26-2014, 05:58 PM
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Re: Understanding color-temperature relationships

Just read through this thread and feel like an archeologist who has just stumbled across the remains of an ancient battle ground. Long gone hotheads fighting over something that we can now only guess at!
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Re: Understanding color-temperature relationships

Most of us are still around, actually.
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Re: Understanding color-temperature relationships

(Who are the long gone hotheads?)
I couldn't bear to read through all the arguments in this thread; did anyone mention Albers or Itten or Chevreul or a fascinating book, Vision and Art, The Biology of Seeing; these works contribute much more to our understanding of color phenomena. Highly recommended. P.S. I haven't seen girls wearing [green] headbands for about 70 years.
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P.S. I haven't seen girls wearing [green] headbands for about 70 years.
My wife wears one sometimes. It's pretty cute actually, been meaning to do a portrait of her wearing it.
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Old 11-29-2014, 02:41 PM
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Re: Understanding color-temperature relationships

I didnt read 'hot head', I read passionate, and I love passion for something.
Like Alizarin Crimson! People are so excited over it! I love this about art making. AC reminds me of B. Pitt in a river runs through it. So many love him but causes so much trouble!( or does he...? )

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... did anyone mention Albers or Itten or Chevreul or a fascinating book, Vision and Art, The Biology of Seeing; these works contribute much more to our understanding of color phenomena...

I havent seen this on Colour Phenomena, will check it out, thanks,

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Just read through this thread and feel like an archeologist who has just stumbled across the remains of an ancient battle ground. Long gone hotheads fighting over something that we can now only guess at!
Opposing forces had numerical superiority over us. We were attacked from all directions!
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