This tool helps you blend two colors and create a spectral palette that contains the shades between those colors.
A color blender helps you generate different shades between two colors. It produces color scales by combining shades of the two given colors. So, you need an 'initial color" and a "final color" or a “first color” and “second color”.
There are these two colors, and whatever that is in between is a mix of those two. The closer it gets to each main color, the closer the spectrum 9shade) gets to the same color.
You can also choose the levels of the blend (on a scale of 1 to 50), to show the stepped gradients.
Choose a color value format, then enter two correct CSS color values in that format. Finally, choose the number of midpoints you want to see.
The palette will show the inserted colors, also the requested number of midpoint colors, and their values. When you switch between value formats, whatever values are currently in place will be translated.
Color blending is often used in paintings. It's a technique for making a smooth transition or softening lines by combining two or more colors or values.
In whatever medium you want to work with as an artist, it's important to practice blending. It contributes to the work's subtlety and can give it a more polished, finished appearance.
We generally use the blending technique to mix two separate colors of paint. There are various approaches to this.
Artists frequently study several techniques and choose the best to produce the desired results for a specific painting.
Blending can be achieved with any form of paint, but we mostly think of it when dealing with either oils or acrylics.
It's a great way to make a smooth transition from one color to the other, and it's especially practical for finer details and making your paintings look more natural.
You can combine by adding more paint or working with the paint on the canvas or paper which is already there.
Set aside the brush you've been using to blend without adding more color. Instead, go over the paint with a dry, clean, soft brush until it dries completely. Use completely clean and dry brush for blendings; because even the trace of other colors may mess up the result.
You can also use a colorless blender pencil in your drawings. Colorless blender pencils are pigment-free, wax-based cores which allow you to soften and blend your pencil drawing without changing the color palette. In the end , your artwork's colors will remain bright.
In photoshop, the term "color blend mode" refers to the combination of the first two modes in the composition category, hue, and saturation.
When you change the blend mode of a layer to Color, only the color (all of the hues and their saturation values) of the layer is blended in with the layer or layers below it. The layer's luminosity (lightness) values are ignored entirely.
If you choose to integrate or adjust colors in a picture without adjusting the brightness values, the Color blend mode is ideal.
Color is the polar opposite of our fifth and final critical blend mode, Luminosity, which ignores all colors in the layer and blends only the lightness values.
Color blending requires harmony and balance. What does this mean??
There are color schemes (primary colors, secondary, analogous, etc.); which can help you pick the best for your color blendings. Some colors are better as a mixture, and some others are not. Color schemes tell you what colors go better together.
“Don't mix too much,” is the golden rule of color mixing in painting and drawing media. Overmixing would dull a mixture, even though you're using the right colors. A reasonable mixture reflects both the original colors used and the mixture itself, such as yellow and blue, as well as green. some ideas for blending:
If you need ideas and you don't know where to begin, just look around yourself. You'll find tons of ideas in nature. let's see some of them:
Here, you can choose the two colors that you want to blend. you can adjust both of them too!
Have until 50 steps between colors; by moving the white circle on the line of blender
Have color steps in full screen by using two way arrow in right and up side of color steps.
By holding cursor on each color, you can like color, have the hex code and have the shade, tint and tone of color
Use dice to have random colors in blender
You can share your final color transition in LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter
And export it in 6 formats.