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Colour Workshop

I picked three colors I liked then used the contrast tool to darken each colour to create a range. I then placed each colour's conrasted squares on top of the original to get an idea of how they could comliment each other - particularly as a shadow or dark tone.
Next i moved the squares about to see how they contrasted with the other colours and if they complimented them. I think its pretty evident which did and didnt work, which was something I took forward in to creating a storyboard using the colour scheme.
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With the addition of black and white as well as a few extra darker tones of the same colours I made this quick fourpiece storyboard. (not in order)
Within an external project I created a 32 page representation of the original story Hansel and Gretel in a simple, outline-free childrens style, using a 4 colour plus black and white rule:
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