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Color Schemes

Color Schemes. Color combinations. Color Vocabulary:. Color – element of art that is seen by the way light reflects off a surface. Color can be used to express emotion or symbolism. Color scheme – group of colors that look good together. Examples: warm, cool, monochromatic.

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Color Schemes

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  1. Color Schemes Color combinations

  2. Color Vocabulary: • Color – element of art that is seen by the way light reflects off a surface. Color can be used to express emotion or symbolism. • Color scheme – group of colors that look good together. • Examples: warm, cool, monochromatic.

  3. Color Vocabulary • Primary Colors – red, yellow and blue. Original colors, cannot be created by mixing other colors. • Secondary Colors – orange, violet and green. These colors can be created by mixing together two primary colors.

  4. Color Vocabulary • Tint - a color plus white/lights, can be created using light pressure. • Shade – a color plus black/darks.Can be created using heavier pressure.

  5. Color vocabulary • Monochromatic Colors – tints and shades of a single color.

  6. Color vocabulary • Warm Colors – colors reflecting sunlight and warmth. Red, orange, yellow. Objects appear closer in space.

  7. Color vocabulary • Cool Colors – colors that are found in shadows and in colder objects. Violet, blue & green.Objects appear farther away.

  8. Texture

  9. Texture • The way an object feels. • Can be created through many different techniques including: • Stippling • Hatching • Crosshatching • Scumbling

  10. Stippling • Dots

  11. Hatching and Crosshatching

  12. Scumbling

  13. Your Assignment • Find a picture of food that has an excellent source of texture. • The closer the crop/more zoomed in the image the better. • We will be creating a grid drawing of the textured object

  14. Grading Criteria • Craftsmanship (presentation) • Grid Transfer • Color scheme • Colored pencil Technique – texture • Value/Contrast

  15. Texture Examples

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