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1 Drawing & Painting I Final Exam Review
Study Guide Vocabulary The Elements & Principles of Design Hands On Section

2 The Color Wheel

3 Primary, Secondary, Intermediate or Tertiary Colors

4 Basic Color Schemes Compliments opposite colors Y/V R/G B/O
Triads form a triangle R/Y/B G/O /V Analogous colors next to each other on the Color Wheel Warm & Cool colors

5 Split Compliments opposite colors Y/RV/BV
Monochromatic tints & shades of one color

6 Tints: when white is added to a color
Shades are when black is added to a color. Neutrals are grays

7 Tools Pencils (HB is the lightest, 4B medium, 6B dark)
Stump: blending tool Burnishing: layering white colored pencil on top of other colors. Acrylic brushes (man made) Palette: used to mix paint on To create a shadow add the complementary color.

8 Water Color Techniques
Water color techniques include: • dry brush • splatter • graded wash • resist Objects in the foreground of a painting are darker than in the background.

9 Mechanical gauge paper, smudge and make hard lines.
Ebony is a very dark pencil.

10 Shading stipple blending crosshatching

11 Caring for Brushes • Warm water (not hot)
• Rub bristles in the palm of your hand • Dry and store bristles up A palette is used to mix colors on. A Color Wheel is the tool to select colors from.

12 Vocabulary Focal point: center of interest
Color Wheel: a circular tool used to select color schemes from. Acrylic Paint: (plastic resin based) Cold Press Watercolor paper: rough, most forgiving Hot Press Watercolor paper: smooth Hue: color Wash: a large area of thinly spread paint Wet on Wet: paint dripped into wet paint

13 Vocabulary Horizon line: Where the land and sky meet
Vanishing Point: Where all parallel lines come together. Perspective: The illusion of creating a 3D drawing on a 2D flat surface. Blind Contour: not lifting pencil as you draw. A focal point should always be off center.

14 • Composition: organization of a drawing
Negative Space: the background or empty area Positive Space: the filled space in a drawing or painting. Value: the gradations in shading. Gesture: quick loose drawing. Critique: defend, see possibilities Quality of Art: craftsmanship, creativity, purpose

15 Elements & Principles of Design…
Color Form (3D) Line Shape (2D)geometric/organic Space Texture Value (Shading) Balance Contrast Emphasis Movement Pattern Rhythm Unity

16 Value

17 Shape; 2D Geometric, Organic

18 Form

19 Negative and Positive Space

20 Lines can show personality or expression.

21 Contrast, Emphasis

22 Texture

23 Balance Asymmetrical Symmetrical

24 Unity

25 Abstract

26 One Point Perspective

27 Stippling

28 Movement

29 Pattern

30 Rhythm

31 Line, Color, Pattern,

32 Hands On! Finish you current project...

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