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24 febrero, 2011

Colores Pro Mix /Pro Mix Color System

por Carmen Alquézar

Sistema de Color  Pro Mix

Fórmula de John Howard Sanden,  que es utilizada desde hace más de un cuarto de siglo por los mejores profesionales, el Sistema de Color Pro Mix está fabricado con  materiales de la más alta calidad .

El sistema consta de diez colores especialmente formulados, más trece colores de la paleta estándar y blanco. Las diez tonalidades de color carne se utilizan en combinación con la paleta tradicional de colores estándar para producir una amplia gama de tonos limpios, exactos al color carne, permitiendo al artista concentrarse plenamente en la creatividad.

Estos  colores  son, de hecho, los que tradicionalmente han sido utilizados por los artistas de retrato desde el inicio de la pintura al óleo.

El sistema consta de tres componentes:

A.Colores Pro Mix-diez colores de tonos carne.

B. Colores estándar – trece colores de la paleta estándar.

C. White Permalba.

 

Pro Mix Color System

Formulated by John Howard Sanden and used nationwide for over a quarter of a century by leading professionals, the Pro Mix Color System colors are a professional, highest quality product for fast, accurate portrait color mixing. The system consists of ten specially formulated colors, thirteen standard palette colors, and white. The ten Flesh Color Spectrum colors are used in combination with the traditional palette of standard colors to produce a wide range of clean, exact, flesh tones.

The detailed full-color instructional booklet quickly teaches you how to create a full spectrum of 78 easily repeatable color combinations. Then use the 32″ foldout color mixing chart to record the color mixtures for ready reference. Allows you to concentrate on creativity, knowing your flesh colors are right every time.

The system consists of three components:

A. Flesh Color Spectrum – ten specially-formulated colors.

B. Standard Colors – thirteen standard palette colors.

C. Permalba White.

A. FLESH COLOR SPECTRUM

These colors are not “crutches” or a “paint-by-number” shortcut. These ten colors are, in fact, simple, traditional flesh color combinations (see descriptions below), used by all portrait artists since the introduction of oil painting. For example. Light 1 is produced by the manufacturer by combining the ingredients of white, yellow ochre and cadmium red light. The resulting hue has been used by painters for the five hundred years of oil painting.

Neutral 3.

      The light halftone. Combines white, black and yellow ochre.

Neutral 5.

      Precisely midway between black and white. A combination of white, black and yellow ochre.

Neutral 7.

    Positioned on a value scale of nine tones, this is a dark halftone, midway between value 5 and black. A warm, dark gray combining white, ivory black, and raw sienna or yellow ochre.

B. THIRTEEN COLORS FROM THE STANDARD PALETTE

Cadmium Yellow Light

Yellow Ochre

Cadmium Red Light

Venetian Red

Cadmium Orange

Burnt Sienna

Burnt Umber

Alizarin Crimson

Chromium Oxide Green

Viridian

Cerulean Blue

Ultramarine Blue

Ivory Black

C. PERMALBA WHITE

Permalba is the famous brand white oil pigment manufactured by Martin/F.Weber Company of Philadelphia, America’s oldest manufacturer of artists’ colors. The Martin/F. Weber Company has purchase orders in their archives from John Singer Sargent for this acclaimed product. Permalba White is preferred by artists for its delightful “buttery” consistency and “flowing” qualities. Sold in the large “pound” tubes only.

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