Grid Tools & other free online tools

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  • #111642
    Sandra Strait
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    @sandra-strait

    A free online tool that I often use is Art Tutor’s Grid Tool.  You can upload your reference photo, rotate it, crop it,  adjust the brightness, contrast, and saturation, and last, but not least, apply a grid to it.  You can apply grids of different sizes and line colors.

    I thought it might be nice to have a topic where people can post links to similar tools that they’ve found online.

    #111647
    Anonymous

    Great topic and thanks for the link.

    #111651
    Sandra Strait
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    @sandra-strait

    My pleasure.  I’ve found it very helpful!

    #111778
    Carol Hartmann
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    @kiddlescarol

    Wow, this is a terrific tool. Thanks for sharing!!

    #111779
    Sandra Strait
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    @sandra-strait

    You’re welcome.  It’s come in very handy at times.

    #112609
    Tania Arthur
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    @tania-arthur

    Thanks Sandra that’s very helpful indeed!

    #125491
    Sandra Strait
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    @sandra-strait

    I came across this article on warm vs cool colors. There’s a download based on Golden’s line of acrylics rating all the colors and I would imagine that watercolors have much the same rating.  A good way to check out a color you might be thinking of buying or are wondering what colors might be good to mix.

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