Each artist has their own colour palette and color preferences. Those who are familiar with my art style know that I do like incorporating bright vibrant colours into my artworks.
In this article I’ll share 6 pastel colours that I use actively and that make my artworks pop up!
And the curtain comes down…here they are.
Let’s go in order.
My favourite #1 is Unison Colour A15.
Absolutely gorgeous bright pure red pigment that in combination with dark red colors makes beautiful light.
Actively use it whenever it comes to red berries, red glossy objects, etc.
Next let’s move on to orange shades.
2 more beautiful pastels colours that I have in my palette: Unison Colour Orange 4 and A14.
2 bright orange pigments that will add a nice juicy mood into paintings.
Love and use these actively whenever it comes to fresh drinks, fruits, etc.
So we have 3 more to go.
Next comes yellow Unison Colour A11 – pure sunshine in a stick!
Perfect to highlights and adding shiny parts into glass objects, fruits. Often add it at the very final stage of painting.
And the last but not the least: 2 shades of green, Unison Colour Green 28 and Green 30.
So yummy and vibrant, but at the same time absolutely natural colors! Like pure color of summer green apples placed at a sunny place.
For sure that is not the full list of my favorites, but one of its most yummy parts! Happy drawing!