8 July 2014

The Man Cave Shuffle (part 3) - The triads are coming

Not wanting to keep you all waiting for too long I spent last night going through all the research notes and checking colour combinations. Then I started to collate the information into documents and created PDF's for you to download. I have still a fair way to go with the range but have managed to sort several colour groups already. So I decided that I will release the first batch now and the next batches will appear either later this week, or early next dependant on my other commitments.

So click the picture and help yourselves to the first batch of triad combinations. Available so far are White, Yellow, Orange, Red, Pink, Purple and Blue tones.




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    1. There is more to come have been working the paints again today

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  2. Nice work! I hated mixing colours. If this 3 way method (derived from Foundry), can be applied with Vallejo colours, I'll owe you a favour Andrew. :-)

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    1. It has been a labour of love but I am getting there, the possibilities with the Valejo range are enormous

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    1. No problem, have almost completed the rest

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  4. You are a demon, a Vallejo Paint Demon Loki and thanks for all your hard work and effort

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  5. Why do I think this is just going to cost me more money? LOL

    Ian

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    1. well it cost me plenty to get the full set

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  6. That's great work. Very helpful. Thank you.

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  7. Great looking charts, thanks!

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    1. I should have put a badger disclaimer into the copyright ;)

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  9. This is so timely! I was just grumbling about a brown triad that turned out a bit too subtle. Off to print in color.

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    1. I am working the range of creams and browns as I type, some times subtle is good but I also drop a little Ivory into the highlight if I want a bit more oomph

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  10. Might be time to update the paint selection...!

    Thanks for all your hard work, Andrew, this is just the ticket!

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    1. I reckon I was a Librarian in a former life

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  11. This is a great help to me. I would like to explore Vallejo but as I must buy online, I don't understand their system and didn't know they had triads. Reaper makes it easy by listing paints as individuals and in their triads. Also there's the forum where you can see how their paint blends and behaves on a figure.

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    1. Vallejo dont have Triads!! I am sat here using my knowledge and eyes to create triads from the 180 bottles in their range of paints and sharing the results for you all to use.

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  12. Excellent work Andrew. I downloaded all nine charts no problem form your drive.

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  13. Vallejo should be paying you commission mate. Well done and thanks for sharing!

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    1. I am waiting for you to tell me that I need a unique numbering system ;)

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  14. Excellent stuff. Many thanks, Andrew!

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  15. Thank you Andrew that's very useful!

    Christopher

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  16. Thanks Andrew! Very kind of you.

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  17. Very nice of you to share your knowledge with us. Thank you! ^_^

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