Scott develops a color palette to fit the values in a painting.
Do a volume of work outdoors.
Analyze your scene to identify where the same value appears and create a map of these values.
Using the "value map", start experimenting with color choices that will support the value structure.
Log your color choices on a value scale to ensure your colors are maintaining the value structure you have chose.
Create a gesture painting with the idea you've been working on.
Try to incorporate the black and white into color as was seen in the video. Try to recognize when you can keep a value and use it throughout.
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