Mix and match each color using the square color's properties from the source.
Remember how to mix color by using complements (opposite color on the color wheel) to desaturating a hue's intensity.
Ask yourself the properties of each square's hue.
-What is the name of the hue? The name of the color on the color wheel
-What is the intensity of the hue? High, medium or low?
-What is the Value of the square? Dark, middle tone, or light?
Imagine taking a black and white photo of the square. What value does the square translate to?
Eventually this process becomes habitual and natural.
You do not have to work in any specific direction (left to right, or up to down).
What direction you are comfortable with should not undermine the final image.
Just remember not to paint a square next to a square you just painted. Allow the square a moment to dry, otherwise you will bleed one square into the next.
A main characteristic of this project is how each isolated square differs from the next, but works as a whole to represent a form.