very different. the principles are the same, but you're using a different medium. Practice, practice practice

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it bloody well should do!

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Homework: What did P D Eastman say about Dr Seuss's recommendation regarding color?<br />
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I remember my artist friends taking classes. To really do it right is difficult. I am not an artist, but I wish I had taken their tribulations more seriously. <br />
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I wish I had taken my friends in graphic arts seriously at all. <br />
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I wish I had risked learning about color when I was young instead of piecing it together later, as I am doing now. <br />
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So, to answer your question, I don't know, but I suspect it will be harrowing, but exciting. I would have a lot of fun and risk failing.

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You can't really measure how much different. I think that if you use charcoal painting might come easier than if you use pencil, just my 2 cents.

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I would speculate that you have an edge over someone who doesn't know art at all. You have mastered perception and depth very well. You just have to take it to a whole new level and your paintings could look even better than your drawings.

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Me not being an artist but do appreciate B&W art, find that it is more about the shades and contrasts more than tone and colors. Does it make it easier? I am going to have to go with Lala on this that it is very different but it maybe easier to get practiced up with B&W.

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The basics of perspective, contrast, and quality of light remain the same. I think your experience with drawing will help you. Enjoy your new medium and good luck!

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