Here's a tip. Grey is neutral. Except when it's not. Ok. I admit, most grey is tinted and if you are lucky, you can find a neutral grey which is something between black and white and no particular colour.
If you find that colourless-grey, then use it. It will make adjacent colours pop out of the painting.
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spOOk's art is owned by Jeremy. He has practiced drawing and painting for about 40 years, and might get good at it one day. spOOk's art is focused on graphite portraits.