Presentation on theme: "For the Instructor Standard Covered Floral Design"— Presentation transcript:
1 For the Instructor Standard Covered Floral Design F 11.2 Apply basic design principles to products and designs.- This slide shows cover the basic principles of the color wheel, one of the aspects of floral design.- Following their introduction to color, we will have a color mixing activity to asses students understanding of the color wheel.
2 The color wheel and floral design. Jordan AlbianiAGED 410What Color is Your Aura?The color wheel and floral design.
3 Learning Objectives- Understanding the purpose of the color wheel and its application to floral design.- Understanding the three color breakdowns of the color wheel.Primary, Secondary, Tertiary- Understand and describe the differences between warm and cool colors.- Identify the six main color schemes that can be developed from the color wheel.Monochromatic, Anologus, Complimentary, Split-Complimentary, Triadic, Tetradic
4 What is the Color Wheel?A color circle or wheel that logically explains hue.Used in design to create color patterns that are pleasing to look at.
5 How is it used in designWhen the color wheel is broken down, we discover schemes. Each scheme is used to identify harmonious combinations. Harmony: Pleasing arrangement of parts. A harmonious design creates a pleasant visual effect.
6 Color Wheel Breakdown Color Categories Primary Colors “Pure Colors” They are not formed by mixing othersRed, Yellow, Blue
7 Color Wheel Breakdown Secondary Colors Those formed by mixing two or more primary colorsOrange, Green, Violet
8 Color Wheel Breakdown Tertiary Colors Those produced by mixing two or more secondary colorsRed-Orange, Yellow-Orange, Yellow- Green, Blue-Green, Blue-Violet, and Red- Violet
9 Temperature Breakdown WarmCoolVivid and EnergeticCalm and Soothing
10 Monochromatic Uses variations in lightness of the same color. In design, produces a glamorous, soothing look.Monochromatic
11 Analogus Uses colors that are close to each other on the color wheel. The main difference between Analogous and monochromatic is the difference between hues of the same color and different colors.Uses colors that are close to each other on the color wheel.Creates color harmony.
12 ComplimentaryMade up of colors opposite each other on the color wheel.
13 Split complimentarySimilar to complimentary EXCEPT it uses one color plus the two colors on either side of it’s compliment
14 triadicTri – Three:The triadic theme uses three colors adjacent each other on the color wheel.
15 tetradicFour colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel.