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Colour

  1. 1. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5. COLOUR THEORY Colegio San Fernando
  2. 2. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.1. PRIMARY COLOURSThose colours that cannot be created by mixing others. Blue Red Yellow Colegio San Fernando
  3. 3. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.2. SECONDARY COLOURSSecondary colours are produced by mixing two primary colours in equal quantities. Violet Orange Green Colegio San Fernando
  4. 4. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.3. TERTIARY COLOURSThe tertiary colours are produced when a Primary Colour and a Secondary Colour are mixed inequal quantities.They take their name from the two mixed colours. Colegio San Fernando
  5. 5. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5.4. PRIMARY, SECONDARY AND TERTIARY COLOURS OF THE COLOUR WHEEL Colegio San Fernando
  6. 6. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5.5. COMPLEMENTARY COLOURS Colours located opposite each other on a colour wheel violet→yellow blue→orange green→red Colegio San Fernando
  7. 7. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5.6. THE COLOUR WHEEL The Colour wheel was designed as a way of showing how colours relate to each other. The outside ring shows 3 primary, 3 secondary and 6 tertiary colours Colegio San Fernando
  8. 8. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.7. ANALOGOUS COLOURS Analogous colours sit next to one another on the colour wheel. These colours are in harmony with one another. Colegio San Fernando
  9. 9. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5.8. COLOUR SYSTEMS 5.8.1. SUBTRACTIVE COLOUR When we mix colours using paint, or through the printing process, we are using the subtractive colour method. Subtractive colour mixing means that one begins with white and ends with black; as one adds colour, the result gets darker and tends to black. Colegio San Fernando
  10. 10. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5.8.2. ADDITIVE COLOUR If we are working on a computer, the colours we see on the screen are created with light using the additive colour method. Additive colour mixing begins with black and ends with white; as more colours are added, the result is lighter and tends to white. Colegio San Fernando
  11. 11. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012-5.9. COLOUR TEMPERATURE Colours are generally associated with warmth and others with coldness. It is said that reds, oranges and yellows are warm while blue, green and violet are cold; being the greatest degree of warmth in red and of coldness in blue. In the colour wheel all the colours are arranged according to their temperature and there is some uncertainty surrounding areas in the tertiary red violet and yellow green. Colegio San Fernando
  12. 12. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.11. ATTRIBUTES OF COLOURS 5.11.1. HUEWhen we use words such as red, purple, orange, etc., we are describing a colours hue.Hue is which distinguishes one colour from another Colegio San Fernando
  13. 13. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.11.2. VALUEWe also perceive colour differences in two other ways. One is a colours lightness or darkness. Wecan refer to this as lightness-darkness, brightness, or its value. A colours value can be changed byadding either white or black.Value synonymous: luminance, brightnessHow light or dark a colour is, the tone can lighten if white is added to a tint. Colegio San Fernando
  14. 14. EDUCACIÓN PLÁSTICA Y VISUAL 1º DE ESO BILINGÜE – CURSO 2012-2013 2012- 5.11.3. SATURATIONSaturation refers to the dominance of hue in the colour. A colours saturation changes as whiteare added to it.Saturation Synonymous: Chroma, IntensityThe purity of a colour. The level and mixture of white or black included in colours. Colegio San Fernando

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