White is really a combination of the primary colors red, yellow and blue. In this example I have made a white pitcher appear on a colorful tablecloth. The trick is to paint the background and then use a triad of the primary colors to make the shadow shapes on the pitcher. If you get the values right it will look white even though the shape is loaded with color.
What I have learned so far:
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