LearnDesign: Iconography: Color

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writes on September 27, 2011

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In this 5 minute video, we’ll learn how to color in the contour of an icon. Additionally, we’ll add some texture to make our icon more interesting at larger sizes.

A screenshot from the iconography video, depicting The Mérode Altarpiece, which is a triptych by the painter Robert Campin created between 1425 and 1428.

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11 Responses to “Design: Iconography: Color”

  1. Iconography:
    the images and symbolic
    representations that are traditionally associated with a person
    or a subject.. For example, ” religious iconography.http://rippedmusclexfacts.com
     

  2. Iconography:
    the images and symbolic
    representations that are traditionally associated with a person
    or a subject.. For example, ” religious iconography.http://rippedmusclexfacts.com
     

  3. I wonder why some people say that biracial folks have the best of both
    worlds and when they reach maturity in age, some in society imposes this
    one-drop rule.
    http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110819035644AA8qMZ6

  4. I wonder why some people say that biracial folks have the best of both
    worlds and when they reach maturity in age, some in society imposes this
    one-drop rule.
    http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110819035644AA8qMZ6

  5. when i first read your question i thought yes, they arent hurting
    anyone, but when i read your follow up it really made me think.
    http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110819035644AA8qMZ6

  6. when i first read your question i thought yes, they arent hurting
    anyone, but when i read your follow up it really made me think.
    http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110819035644AA8qMZ6

  7. Thanks Nick, that was cool :-)

  8. Thanks Nick, that was cool :-)

  9. The most universal symbolism of the color red, is probably blood. Fire
    is also another common concept symbolized by this color.
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/68583223/RevitaDerm-Wrinkle-Reducer-Formula

  10. The most universal symbolism of the color red, is probably blood. Fire
    is also another common concept symbolized by this color.
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/68583223/RevitaDerm-Wrinkle-Reducer-Formula

  11. Thanks for the nice tutorial nick great work keep it up.

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