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Posted on November 15, 2011 by SteveP
Category: Questions & Answers Tags: Landscaping
if you want it to be sad, use blues, purples, and that color family. avoid bright, happy colors.
When I think of sad I always picture rain, try using a lot of cool/neutral colors too.
I think some type of deserted road or railway would give a sad effect. Especially if you do a black/white/gray painting with hints of cool colors like blue and purple.
Draw a rainy landscape.
From the inside of a window.
Paint a sad person… What you are after is the content that the subject matter creates. Or you dont even need a subject matter. In abstract you can create a mood with just good use of the formal elements…
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