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How Colors Affect Our Life
Colors In Languages “Feeling Blue” “Seeing Red” “Green With Envy”
Fast Food Restaurants
Why People Are More Relaxed In Green Rooms?
Why Do Athletes Do Their Best In Blue Gyms?
Why Do Doctors Wear White And Nurses Wear Light Blue or Pink?
Colors and moods Red = Danger
Green = Nature
White = Peace
Black = Sadness
Summer: white, light blues, orange.
Autumn: brown, dark green, reds, oranges - these are the darker hues.
Winter: white, dark red, purples
Warm: Red, orange, brown - colors of fire.
Exciting: Yellow - bright, warm colors.
Surprising: Unique colors.
Feminine: Pink, lavender - often by using white in darker color combination you can create a feminine look.
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COLOR Colors have personal meanings and affect how we feel.
Monkey, Monkey In the Tree. Monkey, monkey in the tree Throw the yellow coconut down to me!
Colors By Jes Betzold Red YellowBlue Orange PurpleGreen.
rainbow Why can we see a colourful rainbow after a rain?
If you say 8 color the ones in your picture purple. If you say 9 color the ones in your picture blue.
Unit Two Colours. Warming -up the colour of snow the colour of snow the colour fo blood the colour fo blood the colour of the the colour of the middle.
Basic Colors from which all other colors are made. These 3 colors are equally spaced.
Color Schemes For Interior Design. The Color Wheel The Color Wheel shows how colors are related to each other. Color is one of the elements of design.
Color. -Visual light -An integral part of the sculpture -Creates desired effect -Distinguish items -Strengthen interest.
C o l o u r s Created by – Ganesh Satimeshram.
Art Elements Color. COLOR is light reflected off objects.
The Color Wheel. THE COLOR WHEEL REDORANGEYELLOWGREENBLUEVIOLET.
Colors!. Hue Hue: The name given to color. Example: Blue is given the name Blue.
Color. Color is affected by: Texture –Rough texture absorbs light –Smooth texture reflects light Lighting –Artificial Man made such as fluorescent, halogen,
Chapter Color Space Line Texture Form.
Colors for You Chapter 10 – Clothing and Your Appearance Objectives: Define basic color terms Describe the relationship of colors in the color wheel.
1 st Part Write down the first thing that comes to mind when I show you the following images of color.
Olga Vareli No!No! No!No! Yes!Yes! Black Olga Vareli.
The Role of Color is the most important element of design. (Deciding what color to use is usually the first decision made when decorating a room). Sets.
COLORING WITH NUMBERS. NumbersNumbers NumbersNumbers
Guess the colour Mix the colours Evaluation Group with work.
Color Shape Line Texture. Symbolism of Color Color Creates a Mood, Brings Out Emotion and Feelings Or Reflects Your Personality and Distinguishes Characters.
Kids S1 Vocabulary U1 Colors. Listen and say the color:
Warm colors create a warm, sunny feeling and advance toward the viewer Cool colors produce a cold, icy feeling and create depth.
WELCOME TO OUR JOBS SHOW! Press the green button to play!
COLOURS In In our our class, class, our our favourite colours colours are: BLUERED ORANGE GREEN YELLOW.
Color Theory Lisa Chui. Color Wheel Primary Colors: Red Blue Yellow (These three colors can create all other colors) Secondary Colors: Green Orange,
Color and Mood What do colors mean to you?. Colors.
Elements of Design Basic Concepts. Elements of Design The four elements of design are as follows: Color Line Shape Texture.
Homework Assignment You are going to research any artist of your choosing from any time period or genre. You are going to complete a one page double- spaced.
Essential Question: What can color tell us?. The Color Wheel The color wheel is a tool that shows us how colors are related to each other.
In this unit, we will be discussing many aspects of colors. We will be learning to: Identify the 3 primary colors Identify the 3 secondary colors.
Color Wheel A tool to use to understand the uses of color.
December 13, 2010 Color Theory Vocabulary. Color Wheel A radial diagram that organizes the basic colors.
Color Fashion Design, Textiles & Merchandising. Color What things are more interesting with color? Food Television ??? The human eye can see six.
Color. When talking about color we use the terms ‘hue’, ‘value’ and ‘brightness’. Hue: refers to the 6 true colors – red, orange, yellow, green, blue,
COLOR DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT. Hue Value Intensity COLOR HAS THREE DIMENSIONS OR QUALITIES:
Unit 2 Lecture 1 Colour. Basic Colour Wheel In paint pigments, pure Yellow, pure Red, and pure Blue are the only hues that can't be created by mixing.
Colour and paper sizes G raphics theory. Paper sizes Metric paper sizes: to get the size below the current size simply fold the paper in 2 Not to scale.
LISTEN TO DIRECTIONS CLOSELY 1.Color blue all three sections to the left of the line that goes from 1 to 4. 2.Color red the entire area above the line.
Is the practical guidance to color mixing and the visual effects of a specific color combination.
Please Stand Up By Mr. Al. If you’re wearing red stand up. If you’re wearing red stand up. If you’re wearing red, clap your hands and then sit down.
WHITE YELLOW GREEN BLUE RED PINK BLACK BROWN ORANGE.
In this lesson you will learn:In this lesson you will learn: Colour can be used to express feelings and ideas symbollically Colours can have different.
Red, white, pink, purple — what is your favorite color? We are all sensitive to color. There are some colors we like a lot and some we don’t like at all.
We Can Read About Mixing Colors. The water is red. 1.
Hello, I am Vincent. I am a painter. I like to draw.
LISTEN TO DIRECTIONS CLOSELY You need your packet and a RED, YELLOW, AND BLUE crayon or colored pencil. YOU MAY ONLY USE THESE COLORS FOR THIS ASSIGNMENT!
Essential Question: What can color tell us?. So what is color? Color is your brain’s response to light reflected off an object & absorbed by our eyes.
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