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1 Basic Art Concepts Introduction to Value, Warm and Cool Colors, Hatching, Crosshatching. And Stippling Evelyn Cantrelle Loftin

2 Value Value – The term value, as it relates to art, refers to the lightness and darkness of color. A value change shows the varying degrees of a color moving from one intensity to the other.

3 This achromatic (black, white, and the endless shades of gray) palette illustrates an increase in value with each block.

4 This slide shows a gradual decrease in value from left to right. This is sometimes called a smooth gradation.

5 Warm Colors Warm colors are often associated with fire and the sun.

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9 Cool Colors Cool colors are often associated with water, sky, spring, and foliage, and suggest cool temperatures..

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14 Hatching Hatching is creating tonal or shading effects with closely spaced parallel lines. When more such lines are placed at an angle across the first, it is called cross-hatching.tonalshadingparallellinesangle

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17 CROSSHATCHING

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19 Stippling Stipple - Stipple is a drawing, painting, or engraving method employing dots rather than lines. Stippled works can be produced with any of a variety of tools, including pencils, crayons, pens, and brushes. drawingpainting engravingdotslinestoolspencils crayonspens brushes

20 The use of dots in increasing number create varying degrees of value.

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23 STIPPLING

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26 Sources ArtLex Dictionary. 29 March Google Images Slide show created by Evelyn Cantrelle Loftin

27 Constructivist Poem Write a 5-line poem in the following constructivist manner:constructivist On the first line write a noun of your choice On the second line write two adjectives joined by and to describe this noun On the third line write a verb and an adverb to describe this noun in action Start the fourth line with like or as followed by a comparison Start the final line with if only followed by a wish Below is an example of such a poem (written by the Norwegian pupil Sven Grüner): Politician phoney and false lying desperately like a mocking bird if only I had the key to the bird cage

28 Poetry Quilt Tile Create a 4” x 4” poetry tile. Type your constructivist poem on the tile Draw a picture using Microsoft PAINT! that reflects your poem content. Show evidence of value change, warm (boy) colors, cool (girl) colors, hatching, crosshatching, and stippling.

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