CoursesONLINEINSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOSOil Painting Essentials Oil Painting Essentials 4 Lecture1.1 Lesson 1: Oil Foundations and Color Temperature 01 hour Lecture1.2 Lesson 2: Classical Old Master Glaze Painting 01 hour Lecture1.3 Lesson 3: Indirect Painting 01 hour Lecture1.4 Lesson 4: Painting Thin to Thick 01 hour This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Next Lesson 2: Classical Old Master Glaze Painting 3 Comments kristindethlefsen.art November 27, 2018 Log in to Reply I have many tubes of oil paints in different colors/brands not listed here. How do I determine which category (WT/WO/CT/CO) each of these colors falls into? Mainly, how do I know the difference between a warm and cool color (as I am accustomed to the conventional wisdom on this – red orange yellow = warm / green blue purple = cool)? As far as opaqueness, some of them do not say transparent or opaque but I think those will be easier for me to figure out by putting them on my palette. I am mainly confused about telling the difference between warm and cool of the same color. Thank you! Loving these lessons. -Kristin Elli Milan November 27, 2018 Hi Kristin, Great question! We have added the warm cool color chart for you to download. It has most of the common colors listed. Also at the bottom of lesson 1 there is a link to Gamblin’s website and the section where they talk about color temperature and give a list of paint and their properties. I’m excited for you to discover the amazing world of warm and cool paint! kristindethlefsen.art November 27, 2018 Log in to Reply Perfect! This chart will help a ton. Thank you so much! Leave A Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.