Hi everyone

I've had a tube of Indian Yellow (green) hanging around and today I tried mixing it with some Burnt Umber. It produced the most beautiful muted olive/gold/yellowy colour, fantastic for foliage or grass.

Various manufacturers will call it something different, but it will be called something like Green Gold or if you're into pigments, look for something with PY129. Well worth a try for landscapes.

Anyone else have any good colour mixes to share?

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I  found a way of having many small jars of pearlized  acrylic paints. The Daler Rowney Acrylic graduate paint in pearl white comes in a tube of 120 ml I mix it up with acrylic paint colors into small  size glass jam jars and have pearlized paints in several custom colors. I also mix this pearl white into colors I mixed like peachypink, lilac etc

Great tip for the acrylic painters on here Nerys. Sometimes I will do the same with my oils, it's a waste to leave them drying out on the palette, especially down here in Sydney this summer.

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