Colour<br />By Juliana<br />
In this image hardly any detail is revealed. The foreground consists of a flat brown colour which makes up the silhouette ...
Here is an example of how colour can reveal heat. This is an image taken by a heat detector but our brain immediately asso...
This photograph has been taken in black and white. Because of the lack in colour there is a darker and more sinister atmos...
This painting consists of various water colours. Where the colours are lighter more water has been added to the paint wher...
This photograph also provokes many emotions. The colours are tones of browns and greys. It is dark and moody because of th...
In this painting colour has been used to show depth. The darker colours make the mountains appear to be closer where as th...
This image has the same concept as the previous one but instead of the colour becoming lighter further back the actual col...
These are all the colours of the rainbow in its different shades and tints. In some cases white has been added and in othe...
Here I have taken the original which is the previous image and have inverted the colours. All the colours in the previous ...
This is an example of how complementary colours can be used to highlight an image and bring out the true potential of that...
Red and green are also complementary colours. The red truly seems to stand out. The apple looks perfectly red.<br />
In this image warm colours in different tones of pinks and oranges have been used. these colours have given the image a ve...
The bottom of the painting consist of primary colours where as the top consists more of secondary colours. the greens are ...
In this painting bright neon colours have been used. these colours are un natural and almost too bright and harsh on the e...
After looking at the bright neon colours this image comes as a bit of a downer. The dark ominous colours give It a mysteri...
In this image different shades of green are present. Shades are colours with black in them to make them darker. The less b...
This image is an example of primary, secondary and tertiary colours placed next to one another. There are also complementa...
This image is an example how the different tones of the same colour can show depth and form. Where the curves of the face ...
This image shows and example of how colour can be used to brighten up a room and even make it look bigger. In the before p...
In this image colour has been used to create a  focal point in the image. The entire image is in black and white except fo...
Refrences:<br />www.artistsnetwork.com/upload/images/wc-warre<br />www.flickr.com<br />www.ronbigelow.com<br />www.persona...
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  1. 1. Colour<br />By Juliana<br />
  2. 2. In this image hardly any detail is revealed. The foreground consists of a flat brown colour which makes up the silhouette of a bridge and some travelers and the background is a warm orange sky hinting at either a sunset or sunrise.<br />
  3. 3. Here is an example of how colour can reveal heat. This is an image taken by a heat detector but our brain immediately associate warmer colours such as yellows and reds as warm. In this case the yellow represents body heat. The background is blue and purple which are cooler colours. <br />
  4. 4. This photograph has been taken in black and white. Because of the lack in colour there is a darker and more sinister atmosphere to it. It looks cold, eerie and lifeless. This is an example of how colour or lack of it can provoke different emotions.<br />
  5. 5. This painting consists of various water colours. Where the colours are lighter more water has been added to the paint where as where the colour is darker it has a higher concentration of colour. This painting shows how one can manipulate the tone of a colour by merely changing its concentration.<br />
  6. 6. This photograph also provokes many emotions. The colours are tones of browns and greys. It is dark and moody because of the lighting and the rain. An image like this can either have positive or negative connotations depending on the individual. To me it looks cold and miserable.<br />
  7. 7. In this painting colour has been used to show depth. The darker colours make the mountains appear to be closer where as the lighter colours make the mountains seem further away. Cold colours have also been used giving the image a moody appeal.<br />
  8. 8. This image has the same concept as the previous one but instead of the colour becoming lighter further back the actual colours change from a deep red to a pale yellow. Here warm colours have been used giving the image a warm, almost hot, atmosphere.<br />
  9. 9. These are all the colours of the rainbow in its different shades and tints. In some cases white has been added and in other cases black has been added to the colours. The different shades and tints also give the image movement as if it is rippling.<br />
  10. 10. Here I have taken the original which is the previous image and have inverted the colours. All the colours in the previous image have swapped around and become their opposites.<br />
  11. 11. This is an example of how complementary colours can be used to highlight an image and bring out the true potential of that colour. Blue and orange are complementary colours and in this image the orange seems even more orange because of the blue background.<br />
  12. 12. Red and green are also complementary colours. The red truly seems to stand out. The apple looks perfectly red.<br />
  13. 13. In this image warm colours in different tones of pinks and oranges have been used. these colours have given the image a very pleasant and cheerful atmosphere. The colours also have a calming effect.<br />
  14. 14. The bottom of the painting consist of primary colours where as the top consists more of secondary colours. the greens are mostly dominant which is a secondary colour made up of the primary colours blue and yellow.<br />
  15. 15. In this painting bright neon colours have been used. these colours are un natural and almost too bright and harsh on the eyes. With all of them placed together it is quite overwhelming.<br />
  16. 16. After looking at the bright neon colours this image comes as a bit of a downer. The dark ominous colours give It a mysterious and creepy atmosphere. This house could probably look quite beautiful during the day. But the dark greys and blacks give it a haunted vibe.<br />
  17. 17. In this image different shades of green are present. Shades are colours with black in them to make them darker. The less black the lighter the colours are.<br />
  18. 18. This image is an example of primary, secondary and tertiary colours placed next to one another. There are also complementary colours, different shades tints and tones. Where the primary colours overlap, secondary colours are formed and where the secondary colours overlap tertiary colours are formed. Red and green, blue and orange, purple and yellow are found next to one another.<br />
  19. 19. This image is an example how the different tones of the same colour can show depth and form. Where the curves of the face are more concave the tone is darker. The convex areas are lighter. Shadows are also present where the tones are darker.<br />
  20. 20. This image shows and example of how colour can be used to brighten up a room and even make it look bigger. In the before picture which is the picture above the brown, greens and reds make the room look cluttered and small. In the after picture different tones of lighter blues have been used making the room brighter.<br />
  21. 21. In this image colour has been used to create a focal point in the image. The entire image is in black and white except for the beer which is in colour. The eye is immediately drawn to the beer and the rest of the image fades into the background<br />
  22. 22. Refrences:<br />www.artistsnetwork.com/upload/images/wc-warre<br />www.flickr.com<br />www.ronbigelow.com<br />www.personal.ie.cuhk.edu.hk<br />www.jump.co.za<br />www.jacquelinetaylor.co.uk<br />www.photo.net<br />www.freewebs.com<br />www.capndesign.com<br />www.smashingmagazine.com<br />www.zazzle.co.uk<br />www.zevvi.deviantart.com<br />

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