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COLOUR   © Federico Fernández Herrera  ENGLISH BILINGUAL 1º E.S.O.VISUAL AND PLASTIC EDUCATION       DIDACTIC UNIT # 3
Light colours:obtained with natural or artificial lights
Light colours: Newtons prism
Light colours:Additive mixture
Light colours: white vs. black
Light coloursprimary colours: R, G, B
Light colours:Pixels, TVs, displays and screens
Light colours:Laser animations
Pigment coloursObtained with pencils, pens, paints, etc.
Pigment colours      Primary colours: C, M, YColours at their basic essence; those colours that       cannot be created by...
Pigment colours     Subtractive mixtureshttp://www.educacionplastica.net/ColAdi.htm
Pigment colours        Secondary ColoursColours achieved by a mixture of two primaries.       violet       dark orange – r...
Pigment colours     Tertiary coloursColours achieved by a mixture of primary and secondary hues.
Pigment colours Value scheme             Adding white             little by little, you             can make a            ...
Pigment colours            RAL cardFor powder coatings over metallic surfaces
Pigment coloursThe colour wheel
Pigment colours   Complementary ColoursColours located opposite each other on a colour wheel
Pigment colours         Analogous coloursAnalogous Colors are sets of neighboring colors on thecolor wheel. The set shares...
Colour pigmentsWarm and cool colors
Pigment coloursBlack, grey and white – achromatic              colors
Cool colours   Warm colours
The meaning of colours
The meaning of colours
Activitieshttp://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/language-games/paint-it
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  1. 1. COLOUR © Federico Fernández Herrera ENGLISH BILINGUAL 1º E.S.O.VISUAL AND PLASTIC EDUCATION DIDACTIC UNIT # 3
  2. 2. Light colours:obtained with natural or artificial lights
  3. 3. Light colours: Newtons prism
  4. 4. Light colours:Additive mixture
  5. 5. Light colours: white vs. black
  6. 6. Light coloursprimary colours: R, G, B
  7. 7. Light colours:Pixels, TVs, displays and screens
  8. 8. Light colours:Laser animations
  9. 9. Pigment coloursObtained with pencils, pens, paints, etc.
  10. 10. Pigment colours Primary colours: C, M, YColours at their basic essence; those colours that cannot be created by mixing others. cyan magenta yellow
  11. 11. Pigment colours Subtractive mixtureshttp://www.educacionplastica.net/ColAdi.htm
  12. 12. Pigment colours Secondary ColoursColours achieved by a mixture of two primaries. violet dark orange – red green
  13. 13. Pigment colours Tertiary coloursColours achieved by a mixture of primary and secondary hues.
  14. 14. Pigment colours Value scheme Adding white little by little, you can make a value scheme of each colour of the colour wheel
  15. 15. Pigment colours RAL cardFor powder coatings over metallic surfaces
  16. 16. Pigment coloursThe colour wheel
  17. 17. Pigment colours Complementary ColoursColours located opposite each other on a colour wheel
  18. 18. Pigment colours Analogous coloursAnalogous Colors are sets of neighboring colors on thecolor wheel. The set shares a common central color.
  19. 19. Colour pigmentsWarm and cool colors
  20. 20. Pigment coloursBlack, grey and white – achromatic colors
  21. 21. Cool colours Warm colours
  22. 22. The meaning of colours
  23. 23. The meaning of colours
  24. 24. Activitieshttp://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/language-games/paint-it
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