- Really interesting new way to look at colour Review by Mara
I was really impressed by "A Fiber Artists Guide to Colour". It delivers exactly what it promises.
I have always been good with colour, but this approach taught me an entirely different way to see. The material and presentation is clear, and thought provoking. It is the beginning of a new way to work with colour. Many Thanks to Laura Bryant.
(Posted on 11/21/13)
- Great Video on Colors Review by Chris
I learned a lot about color and design from this video and have watched it several times. The demonstrations on color illusion in different contexts was amazing. I will keep this video handy and review it before I buy yarn for my future projects.
(Posted on 11/10/13)
- Great instructive video Review by Barbara Hill
I usually have a fairly good eye for color but this video opened my eyes to new ways to select and view color. As a knitter, crocheter, and weaver a lot of money and time can be invested in purchasing quality materials. This well-taught video will help select just the right color values to make a project pop!
(Posted on 4/25/12)
- Eye-opening introduction to color Review by Trudi Jacobson
I wasn't quite sure what to expect with this video, but I am new to weaving, and thought that I might get a better sense of color selection by watching it. Did I ever! Laura Bryant has given me the capacity to see why some color choices I've made in the past in knitting just haven't worked, and I think I will be much better equipped in the future, both for weaving and knitting. I now know how to quickly check color combinations, and I finally understand why the Fibonacci sequence is worth paying attention to. I have become a big fan of Laura Bryant and her calm, measured way of teaching. I encourage others to watch this video, which certainly expanded my color horizons.
(Posted on 4/15/12)
- WOW! I don't have to make color disasters! Review by Elizabeth Harrington
I have struggled with color in my weaving. I did not understand why some things worked and others didn't. I was advised to use a color wheel, but still made awful mistakes. Sometimes there was no contrast, others were garish. One piece was compared to a pattern used to induce migraines. Nice. I was at the mercy of copying other successful color schemes. No more! I feel like the kid in the Charles Atlas ads in the back of comic books from my childhood. I can use a color wheel AND add in an understanding of color weight to create successful color stories. I can choose colors to literally tell a story the view can understand. Before I would be rooted in the intellectual side of color. Lots of symbolism and a huge word story behind it all, but kind of a mess. Very interesting on paper, but not effective visually. I am so glad I can refer to this again and again!
(Posted on 5/30/11)