Severe Chroma Cluelessness Syndrome affects about 32% of artists. It is characterized by making paintings with uncontrolled high chroma (intensity). Symptoms include:
- High chroma colors make up most of the patient’s paintings.
- The patient might agree that a symphony that consists only of high notes would be excruciating to listen to, but thinks that a painting that consists only of high chroma colors is “colorful” and “exciting.”
- The patient doesn’t actually know how to adjust the chroma of mixes. In severe cases, the patient may apply only straight tube colors to your paintings, without ever mixing.
- The patient never uses earth colors.
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