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Using Free GIMP Software to Create Value Portraits Juli Fraher Pontiac District #429 Pontiac, IL. Download Gimp from www.gimp.org. 3 Part Assignment. Color Wheel Study Warhol Portraits Value Portraits. Color Wheel Study. Paint a Color Wheel Paint a Gray Scale.

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using free gimp software to create value portraits juli fraher pontiac district 429 pontiac il
Using Free GIMP Software to Create Value PortraitsJuli FraherPontiac District #429Pontiac, IL
3 part assignment
3 Part Assignment
  • Color Wheel Study
  • Warhol Portraits
  • Value Portraits
color wheel study

Color Wheel Study

Paint a Color Wheel

Paint a Gray Scale

slide10

Paint primary colors first

Paint primary colors first

slide22

When dry, place a ruler on top of the swatches,

and draw a line on each side of the ruler

slide28

“File” then “Open” and select a picture.

The picture name will appear at the bottom.

slide29

2

1

3

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“Filters”

“Artistic”

“Photocopy”

  • Mask Radius- 40.99(Somewhere around 40)
  • Sharpness- 1.000
  • Percent Black- 0.202
  • Percent White- 8.850
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Warhol Portraits

A series of 8 self-portrait paintings with the following color schemes:

1. 2 complementary pairs (either: red and green or blue and orange or yellow and violet- pick 2 of these 3 groups)

2. These same colors in the same place mixed with white to create tints.

3. The same colors in the same place mixed with black to create shades

4. 4 analogous colors (4 colors next to each other on the color wheel)

5. A monochromatic color scheme (1 color plus black and white and all the tints and shades in between; such as white, light blue, blue, dark blue and black)

6. The 3 warm colors

7. The 3 cool colors

8. The 3 primary colors

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Paint one portrait using 2 pairs

of complements adjacent to each other.

slide37

Use the same

color placement

as the first

painting, but

use white to

make tints

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Tips:

Don’t paint the eyes. Divide your portrait into 4 or 5 areas depending on the color scheme. You only need to paint part of each picture. They will be trimmed to 4” X 6”. Use the cardboard template. Fold a 12”X18” piece of colored paper in half like a book. Center one of the portraits on the fold. Leave a ½” gap between it and the next picture. Glue down all 8 paintings and label each one.

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Center xerox copy on 9 X 12” watercolor paper. Tape down. Use old lesson plan carbon paper to transfer the outline drawing to the watercolor paper.

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Add small amounts of the base color to the three white colors to create the values. Add black to 2 of the base colors.

slide65

Begin by painting

the lightest values first

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Thank you!Copies of student handouts and presentation power point are available on the conference site.Thanks to Linda RobinsonOxford Middle School.

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