Have you ever wanted a way to work out what shadow and lit colours you are supposed to use in your painting?
Colour Constructor is a study and workflow tool that is designed to help you design the colours and values for a painting or image you are making according to a light source and ambient term.
Paint with confidence, without needing to always rely on photographic reference.
Learn and study light physics, never before has it been so easy to see what effect lighting has on the colours and values of objects.
Generate realistic value ranges to help give your paintings more depth.
Interactive colour and light mixing. See your results in real time, affecting multiple objects at once.
Swatch window, have all the swatches in one place and export them to your favourite painting package.
Over-exposure warnings which help keep the colour scheme properly exposed.
Colour constructor is offered without DRM, on a trust basis. Any purchasers will get free updates for this major version number. (At least 1-2 years)
What can this program do that a 3d package can’t?
While a 3d package will be able to give you identical results to this program, a 3d program is not designed to quickly and conveniently display this information in the way a painter needs.
If you were to use a 3d program for the same purpose, it would take you many times as long to set up the scene and would be difficult to get the same sort of consistently useable results every time.
I have a bug and it does ????
Please email me at email@example.com and i will fix it ASAP.
Is there any example videos?
None officially yet, but coming soon.
However, there is both a review and tutorial video created by Ahmed Aldoori.
Why have you misspelt color?
Color is the American spelling, Colour is the spelling used in about half the English speaking countries, including Australia, NZ, Canada and the UK.
Who painted the sweet frog image?
An amazing artist called Michelle Ong. Check out her work here!
If you have any feature suggestions, questions or support requests, visit me at www.colourconstructor.com.