Color Wheel Tri-Tone Sets – Blank Workbook

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Use this 46-page blank Color Wheel Tri-Tone Worksheet to build harmonious color themes for your coloring pages, books and projects. Compatible with any brand of colored pencils, gel pens and markers.

Tri-Tone Workbook – Blank

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13 comments… add one
  • Cindi Sep 24, 2017 @ 14:34

    I wish you had blank tritone worksheets with no names or numbers for other combinations that I would like to record.

  • Van Nguyenbui Jul 18, 2018 @ 17:17

    Hi Jennifer, I just started to learn coloring and I really love it. Do you have videos on youtube for real time coloring from the artists? I love books from Hannah Lynn and a few others. I’ll try to learn how to use your tools, which tutorial should I start first? Thank you very much for your time.

  • Patricia Wells Sep 12, 2018 @ 12:15

    Thank you for these awesome worksheets. I have learned so much from you about coloring and blending. Swatching is so much fun!
    God bless, Patricia

  • Gerry Brown Jan 30, 2019 @ 20:17

    Thanks for the great charts. They are very helpful and help us learn to color even better. Your the greatest.

  • Jeanniene Baker Apr 13, 2019 @ 9:28

    I wish you had the studio 71 chart completely blank. I like group mines by color but this chart doesn’t allow that because the names are printed already

  • Karen Oderkirk Dec 10, 2019 @ 17:55

    I don’t see a download for the blank worksheets, is this gone?

  • LeeAnn Owens Aug 15, 2020 @ 21:17

    I’m a new member on the site, and already have bought your water color paper! I also learned so much about different paper for each media. I also thought I knew color wheel, but you/Steve are awesome! I’m seeing so much more about coloring than ever before I love Seeing Rose, especially when she looks at you as if she has something to say! ❤️ Can you please do a video on spectrum noir!?

  • Margaret McGhee-Sufke Nov 2, 2020 @ 20:09

    Jennifer here’s a printing tip that might help the group. I worked for HP (Hewlett-Packard) for ears in the imaging department. Color, inks and printing was a “big” deal.

    TIP: When printing B/W (coloring pages, blank worksheets, etc.) print using the “gray scale” option, or document mode. The printer (HP and Canon units) will print using the BLACK directly from the black cartridge. The black ink is pigment based and will dry “permanent”. You do need to let it cure for 24 hours. Years ago we series of tests w/ various papers and it works. If you don’t chose “B/W” print option the printer will a “blended black” using the colored inks and they are water based. I believe we tests Epson products and they bahaved the same way. Just a suggestion.

  • felicitymcrowe Jan 29, 2022 @ 23:41

    Hi there! Thank you for all of the wonderful swatching and colour theory worksheets!!! I was just wondering whether you have a book available with the unbranded tri tone worksheets?

    Thank you again for all of the effort you have put in,
    Felicity Crowe

  • Tori Griffey Apr 25, 2022 @ 17:21

    Thank you for this

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