Color - Element of Art made up of Hue, Intensity and Value
Primary Colors Red, Yellow, and Blue
R.ed O.range Y.ellow G.reen B.lue V.iolet
Analogous Colors For example: red/violet, red, and red/orange.
Another example could be yellow/green, green, and blue/green. Another example is yellow-green, green, and blue Or there
Monochromatic Color Scheme One Color and its values.
Hue Another name for color
Intensity - The dullness or the brightness of a color.
Tint - The light value of a hue/color. Made by adding white.
Shade - The Darker value of a hue/color. Made by adding black.
Opaque - Not allowing light to pass through; cannot see through.
Transparent • Clear or see • through.
Vehicle • Liquid such as water or oil that pigment • is mixed with in order to create ink, paint, or dye.
Pigment • Finely ground powder that is mixed • with a vehicle in order to create ink, dye, or paint.
Oil Painting • Oil based paint; • drying- oil is the vehicle; also • known as “oil color.” Gerhard Richter
Tempera Paint - Paint that is made by mixing egg yolk and water; this paint dries very quickly