Hello, artists, I’m back with a new Daniel Smith Swatch Video. This one focuses on Hansa Yellow Medium and how to draw four Zentangle patterns.
Daniel Smith Hansa Yellow Medium
First, let’s talk about why I replaced Hansa Yellow Light with Medium. Hansa Yellow Light was way too bright for me. It’s practically neon yellow-green. As a result, I found my mixtures looked more artificial. So, I made the jump to Hansa Yellow Medium for my cool yellow.
Other cool yellow options are Lemon Yellow, Cadmium Yellow Light, Transparent Yellow, Nickel Azo Yellow, and as we discussed Hansa Yellow Light.
My Favorite Hansa Yellow Medium Mixtures
My favorite Hansa Yellow Medium mixtures mostly reside on the left page. Weirdly, Raw Umber Violet and Rose of Ultramarine are my faves. Of course, this is unexpected given we often avoid mixing complementary colors.
But, look at those browns! There is so much depth. These mixtures are perfect for pansies and other yellow or purple flowers with rich brown centers.
My other faves are Perylene Green Transparent Red Oxide and Quinacridone Rose. I think of Orange Crush soda with the Quinacridone Rose mixture.
What are your faves?
Let me know your favorite Hansa Yellow Medium Mixtures and how you use them in the comments below.
Daniel Smith Swatch Video
Learn how to draw four Zentangle patterns and swatch Daniel Smith Hansa Yellow Medium with me.
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