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-Visual light -An integral part of the sculpture -Creates desired effect -Distinguish items -Strengthen interest
Primary Colors -Colors not made from other colors -Red -Blue -Yellow
Secondary Colors -Colors made by mixing primary colors -Orange= red and yellow -Green= yellow and blue -Violet= blue and red
Neutral Colors -Black -White -Gray
Hue The name of the color Distinguishes one color from another
Value The degree of darkness or lightness within the color.
Intensity Degree of brightness – High intensity = Bright – Low intensity = Dull
Tint A color on the lighter side of the color or hue.
Shade A color on the darker side of the color or hue.
Harmonies Group of colors used in combination to create pleasing visual images.
DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT
Color Wheel A tool to use to understand the uses of color.
Use Chapter 11 to define: –Primary colors –Secondary colors –Tertiary/intermediate colors –Hue –Value –Shade –Tint –Intensity.
The Elements of Design: Color
COLOR USING COLOR TO ENHANCE A ROOM. COLOR Many designers agree that color is the most significant element of design. Individuality can be expressed through.
COLOR DESIGN’S MOST EXCITING ELEMENT Hue Value Intensity COLOR HAS THREE DIMENSIONS OR QUALITIES:
1.Students will identify the three primary, secondary and analogous colors. 2.Students will identify how to tint a color and how to shade a color. 3.Students.
Basic Colors from which all other colors are made. These 3 colors are equally spaced.
Color Theory. What is Color Theory? A body of practical guidance to color mixing The visual impact of specific color combinations.
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.
The COLOR WHEEL.
The monochromatic color scheme uses variations in lightness and saturation of a single color. This scheme looks clean and elegant. Monochromatic colors.
Colors By Jes Betzold Red YellowBlue Orange PurpleGreen.
Color Wheel Assignment On the back of your color wheel poster Top Left Corner should be Your Name – Fashion Essentials – Period List the primary colors.
What is The various visual phenomena that are the results of the reflection or absorption of light by a surface. Color has three properties: Hue, Value,
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