LearnDesign: Iconography: Color

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writes on September 27, 2011

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

  2. The most universal symbolism of the color red, is probably blood. Fire
    is also another common concept symbolized by this color.
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  3. 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

  4. Thanks Nick, that was cool 🙂

  5. Thanks Nick, that was cool 🙂

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  7. when i first read your question i thought yes, they arent hurting
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  10. Iconography:
    the images and symbolic
    representations that are traditionally associated with a person
    or a subject.. For example, ” religious iconography.http://rippedmusclexfacts.com
     

  11. Iconography:
    the images and symbolic
    representations that are traditionally associated with a person
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