Without a doubt, the foremost color problem identified by artists lies in the mixing of greens. Unlike grays, oranges, browns and violets, greens ... Show synopsis Without a doubt, the foremost color problem identified by artists lies in the mixing of greens. Unlike grays, oranges, browns and violets, greens present special challenges. This book helps artists and craftspersons mix greens easily. Using a simple step-by-step approach, readers are shown how to produce yellow-greens, blue-greens, bright, dull, vivid, opaque and transparent greens, as well as special variations from lightening and darkening to adding white paint and glazing. Artists of all levels and media will find answers to their questions about greens in this handy, pocket-sized reference. Michael Wilcox has experienced a widely varied background, including periods as a professional artist, a conservator of art works and an engineer. His research in art and design led to the book Blue & Yellow Don't Make Green followed by The Wilcox Guide to the Best Watercolor Paints. Wilcox has also published The Artist's Guide to Selecting Colors, a guide that shows how to select a suitable palette in any medium -- watercolors, oil paints, acrylics and more. He lives and continues his research and writing in Bristol, England.