May 8, 2020 at 7:54 am #1274966beadyladyDefault
I’m trying to find a high res copy of this color bias chart. I’ve tried running it through Google images to no avail.
Maybe someone knows of a similar one. I’m looking for something that would list opacity as well as whether the color is warm or cool. Thank you so much!0May 10, 2020 at 8:48 am #1276326ronsu18Default
it’s not good news, i’m afraid. the best way to get what you need is likely roll up your sleeves and write/edit a chart.
over at gamblin they have all you’re looking for but on two separate pages. should you buy another brand, there might be differences; same name has different ingredients and varying transparencies.
color temperature is commonly deemed as an opinion and it depends on how the paint is used in a finished painting.
here’s one very useful site with pigment information
and you could benefit from reading online, the science of color is a helpful search term.
C&C welcome0May 19, 2020 at 1:37 am #1282494
You can use some google tools.0May 28, 2020 at 12:53 am #1288920Patrick1Default
That chart looks like Gamblin colors but I can’t find it anywhere either. There is this list but it doesn’t list opacity:
But echoing the other comment: it’s best to take warm/cool categorizations with a grain of salt…a whole other topic that is often discussed here.Color is the most important element in painting - except for everything else0May 30, 2020 at 7:53 pm #1290544OlmalerDaveDefault
Not sure if you are focused on Oil or Acrylic.
In reference to acrylics I have found this useful. It should give a rough feel for oil as well. (?)
Cool to Warm Listing for GOLDEN Heavy Body Acrylics0June 2, 2020 at 1:19 pm #1276322ronsu18Default
the news might be less than good, as you’ve already noticed. the qualities you’re after are not set in stone but depend on the brand. this is the first time i’ve ever seen listings like in your attachment. it’s quite possible, and likely, that you need to roll up your sleeves and simply make one to your liking. the pigment and the transparency are vital information and can be found on the tube /packaging with artists quality brands, but the temperature is commonly viewed as both a personal opinion and a quality depending on the use of the paint in a painting.
over at gamblin they have the information you want, but it’s on two separate pages
one of many sites with information
and a favourite, a.necessity! for many painters
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