This is yet another color blind thread.
I have been painting a lot and my instructor has noticed I am always getting the color temperatures wrong. A lot of my work is too cold and a bit dead looking (I can post some stuff if anyone is interested). But the problem is that I don't see it until someone points it out and even then I barely see it. I told my instructor I was colorblind and he has been really patient with me, which has been great, but there are times where he points to two different spots on the model and says "See how this part is much warmer than that one?" and honestly I never really see it.
I was wondering if anyone here has any tips on spotting temperature. Maybe supplementing my studies with a lot of color theory could make up for this? I don't want colorblindness to be an excuse for lousy colors anymore.