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Step 1: You will need to get 12x18 inch white paper to paint on.
Step 2: Get primary paint colors (R,Y,B) from the paint corner. Pour into container. You will need a brush and cup of water for rinsing the brush.
Step 3: Paint a square approximately 4x4. Repeat this step, mixing colors to make all 12 colors (plus brown- #13) you will need.
Step 4: After you have all 13 colors painted, let them DRY!
Step 5: Find an object that you want to use as your shape on the color wheel. Using a 4x4 inch piece of tracing paper, trace the design.
Step 6 : After you trace design, transfer the design to a piece of the 4x4 inch card board. Then cut out design.
Step 7: Cut out color squares, trace design on to the back of color square, then cut out.
Step 8: Get a 18x18 inch white paper. Using the compass, make a circle to lay out your design on.
Step 9: Glue down your shapes in a circle. Use Rubber Cement.
Step 10: Label all colors
Step 11: Fill out assessment and turn in.
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