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    • 4 HOME COACHING KIT Study material for Design, Architecture and Art School Entrance Exams DESIGN & DRAWING FOUNDATION (Book 1 to 5) Color (Book # 4) (Lecture 17 to Lecture 19) HEAD OFFICE A001, Dattagurukrupa CHS, Ground Floor, N. C. Kelkar Road, Opp Plaza Cinema, Dadar (W), Mumbai – 400 028. Email - learn@silica.co.in
    • Table of Contents LECTURE 17 ...................................................................................................................................................... 3 SECTION A: INTRODUCTION TO COLOUR ...................................................................................................................... 3 LECTURE 18 .................................................................................................................................................... 12 SECTION A: COLOUR SCHEME .................................................................................................................................. 12 LECTURE 19 .................................................................................................................................................... 27 SECTION A: COLOUR APPLICATIONS ......................................................................................................................... 27 SECTION B: INTRODUCTION TO TEXTURE .................................................................................................................... 29 Lecture Flow: LP LE EE AE - Learning Points Learning Exercises Exploration Exercises Application Exercises SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 2
    • LECTURE 17 Section A: Introduction to colour We always see colour, it’s there all around. Colour creates emotions, sensation and feelings thus has very important role in one’s life. So it is equally important to know more about Colour in order to use it efficiently. LP 17.1 Defining Colour Colour is nothing but reflected light of a particular wave length or frequency. It is produced when light strikes on an object and it reflects back to the eye. Colour is also very essential part of Design and Art. As colour is capable of creating visual sensation and evokes emotions, it becomes a very important tool for expression and medium for communication. As music creates its charismatic space and is capable of dragging attention which ends up with complete involvement of self, so does colour. Its own potential to create charismatic space and gives same aesthetic experience as a good music does. Line and shapes are the two primary elements constituting the body of design and “COLOUR” is the ‘SOUL” of design- and is deeply rooted in human emotions. Everyone has his or hers “FAVORITE” colour. This is usually expressed during childhood. Colour preferences tend to stay with us pretty much throughout our lives. Historically, colour has always been used in many ways – for distinction by using different colour clothes, identification by using coloured flags, designation of rank through different colour uniform Colours are used to express Feelings like calmness or excitement, boldness or passiveness, sad or joyous, masculine or feminine, mature or childish etc. LE 17.1.1: What is your views on colour. Write down your own thoughts in 100 words. At the end mention your favourite colour. Also explain why. LP 17.2 Knowing Colour in Detail A) Colour and Light As said above colour in nothing but a part of light. To see that light has colours, the following experiment was done. A white light is passed through a prism. As white light passes through prism it get dispersed into different colour. This is also called spectrum of light. There are seven colour namely Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 3
    • Visible light : The wavelengths our eyes can detect is only a small portion of the spectrum( light). We call this the visible light spectrum. At one end of the visible spectrum are the short wavelengths of light we perceive as blue. At the other end of the visible spectrum are the longer wavelengths of light we perceive as red. All the other colours we can see in nature are found somewhere along the spectrum between blue and red. Beyond the limits at each end of the visible spectrum are the short wavelengths of ultraviolet light and X-rays and the long wavelengths of infrared radiation and radio waves, which are not visible to the human eye. LE 17.2.1 B) Using the colours from the spectrum of white light. Make a composition using abstract shape on paper. Also write a suitable theme for same. Attributes of colour Hue - Hue distinguishes one colour family from another. For e.g. Red is a hue, Yellow is a hue, Green is a hue, etc. Value (lightness) - Value distinguishes light from dark. It shows the strength of the colour, How light and the dark the colour is. Chroma (Saturation) - Chroma means how”intense” the colour is. Chroma distinguishes saturation/purity from desaturation. A saturated hue is vivid and intense and a desaturated hue is weak or greyish. Picture showing Hue, Value and Chroma LE 17.2.2 Take any one colour. In a squares of 1”X1”. Show hue, value and chorma. Repeat the exercise for one more colour. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 4
    • C) Colour System (mixing) Subtractive Colour It is mainly used for painting, dyeing, printing etc. It is also called pigment colours as pigment are used in making of the colour. These are manmade colours. Earlier colours were made from natural resources like flowers, leaves, Fruits, bark of tree, stones etc. They were used to be in powder form or in liquid form and mixed with water or oil. Today colours are manufactured in factory using chemicals. If you mix all colours we get black. Primary colour for this system is Red, Blue and Yellow. Additive Colour It is used mainly used in screen display. Like Television, Laptop, Mobile etc. Its also called light colours as we see colours because of the light emitted. If you mix all colours we get white. Primary colours for this system are Red, Blue and Green D) Colour Wheels SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 5
    • 1. Making a colour wheel • Draw a star of 2 opposite facing equilateral triangles in a circle. • Paint, red, Yellow and Blue in 3 ends of one triangle pointing upwards. • Paint Orange, Green and Violet in 3 ends of another 2nd triangle facing downwards. The Oranges in between red & Yellow, Green in between yellow & Blue and Violet in between Blue & Red. Make a colour wheel. (It will be used for further study on colour) LE 17.2.3 The primary colours Red Blue Yellow They are pure colour Example showing primary colours SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 6
    • Make a composition on any one of the following using primary colour LE 17.2.4 Abstract Shape Natural motif Geometrical Shape. Secondary Colours Red + Yellow Orange Yellow -> Green Blue Blue + Red Violet You get orange green and violet colours by mixing 2 primary colours as shown in the chart. So this is a second stage of colour, so they are called Secondary colours. Example showing Secondary colours SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 7
    • LE 17.2.5 Make a composition on any one of the following using Secondary colour Abstract Shape Natural motif Geometrical Shape. Tertiary colours – 3rd stage of colour MIXING – ONE PRIMARY + ONE SECONDARY = TERTIARY 1 Red + Orange = Vermilion = Tertiary 2 Orange + Yellow = Chrome Yellow = Tertiary 3 Yellow + Green = Parrot Green = Tertiary 4 Green + Blue = Peacock Blue = Tertiary 5 Blue + Violet = Prussian Blue = Tertiary 6 Violet + Red = Mauve = Tertiary SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 8
    • MIXING – ONE SECONDARY + ANOTHER SECONDARY = TERTIARY 1 Orange + Green = Olive Green 2 Green + Violet = Violetish Green 3 Violet + Orange = Violetish Orange Example showing Tertiary colours Draw 1” x 1” square and make a chart of tertiary colour as written above. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 9
    • And in the colour wheel, add tertiary colours as shown in the diagram by mixing two primary + secondary colours given in the charts. So in the colour wheel we have painted primary colours. Secondary colours and Tertiary colour and we have learnt, how to create them. LE 17.2.6 Make a composition on any one of the following using Tertiary colour Abstract Shape Natural motif Geometrical Shape. Exploration Exercises: EE 1 Make a collage using magazine and newspaper using only a) Primary colour b) Secondary colour c) Tertiary colour EE 2 Start looking around you and try to indentify different colour schemes. EE3 Make a Pen Stand Using waste paper or ice cream stick. Colour it in any one of the following colour scheme. a) Primary colour SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK b) Secondary colour c) Tertiary colour Page 10
    • EE 4 Using thread and card paper Make interesting Pattern. Use any of one colour schemes. a) Primary colour b) Secondary colour c) Tertiary colour Application Exercises: AE 1 Design shoes for your mother, Father and sister or brother. Put interesting colour to your design using colour scheme. AE 2 Design envelops for the birthday card using following colour schemes. a) Primary colour AE 3 c) Tertiary colour Make a composition in such a way the you create balance and rhythm through colour and shape. Choose one colour scheme from below a) Primary colour AE 4 b) Secondary colour b) Secondary colour c) Tertiary colour Make a comparison study by making same composition in all three colour schemes. _____________________________ SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 11
    • LECTURE 18 Section A: Colour Scheme In the last class we have already seen Primary, Secondary & Tertiary Colour in the colour wheel. Tertiary Now will see other colour Scheme What is the purpose of colour scheme? Colour Scheme is readymade pallet for us. We have to just use it as per requirement. r How to choose colours and make beautiful painting or artwork? When you paint two colours side by side, there should be some contrast with each other. Not too hard contrast but the value of the colours should match each other and there should be balance in between them. Readability of the colour is important and they should not be loud when place placed together. They should give ‘Feel good’ effect. The value of colours is important how dark or how important, light the colour you paint, depends on what you use Thus use of knowledge of colour schemes becomes essential and key for choo choosing colours. If it’s done well then it creates ’a wow’ effect. LP 18.1 Complementary Colour Scheme Look at the colour wheel that you made in previous lecture. If you just draw an arrow opposite to the primary colour it shows its complementary in the c colour wheel. Look at the figure below So we have following complementary colours 1) Red – Green 2) Yellow – Violet 3) Blue – Orange SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 12
    • These are the set of opposite colours and they complement each other there are so, called as complementary colour. They create contrast with each other. If they are placed together in their full value of 100% then they seem vibra So by changing their value (Little darker or Lighter) they look vibrant. good together. Example showing Complementary colour scheme SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 13
    • LE 18.1.1 Make a poster on Environment Birthday party Music festival Chose any one the following complementary colours • • • Red – Green Yellow – Violet Blue – Orange LP 18.2 Split Colour Scheme Look the following Figure showing and a check with you colour wheel. also SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 14
    • So we get following colours Parrot Green 1. Red  Gx Peacock Blue Prussian Blue 2. Yellow  Vx Mauve Radish orange = Vermilion 3. Blue  Ox Orangish yellow = chrome yellow Example Showing Split Colour Scheme LE 18.2.1 Make a drawing of bed Room in one point perspective. Chose any one the Split Colour Schemes and show interior of house in colour. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 15
    • LP 18.3 Double Split Complementary Look at the following Figure showing and also check with you colour wheel . 1. Two pairs of complementary colours which lie opposite and on parallel lines of equilateral triangles. 1. Y+V R+G 2. B+O 3. R+G V+Y B+O It’s a set of 4 colours together. LE 18.3.1 Make a drawing of a garment or a bag. Complete it with colours by Choosing any one the Double Split Colour Schemes SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 16
    • LP 18.4 Analogous Colour Scheme Any three neighbouring colors from the colour wheel are called analogous colour scheme – they get along very well with each other. 1. Red Orange Yellow 2. Orange Yellow Green 3. Green Blue Violet 4. Violet Red Orange SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK These are close to each other in the wheel Page 17
    • Grid showing Analogous colours Example showing Analogous Colour Scheme. LE 18.4.1 Make a painting using analogous colour scheme. LP 18.5 Monotones/ monochromatic Colour Scheme When single colour is mixed with white colour we achieve lighter tints and when mixed with black colour we achieve darker shades. They create monotones colour SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 18
    • White 1 2 3 Tiny High key 4 Colour 5 Middle Middle Key 6 7 8 Shade Low Key Black 9 Example Showing Shade and Tint of Blue Example showing monochrome scheme SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 19
    • Make a chart of monotones colour scheme as shown above for any one colour LE 18.5.1 LP 18.6 Achromatic Colour Scheme (Grey Scale) All shades from white to black are achromatic colour scheme. White 1 2 3 4 Grey 5 6 7 8 Black 9 Make 9 parts and gradually paint from white to grey and grey to black. Some as monotonus. But in Black & White. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 20
    • Figure Showing Grey Scale Example Showing Achromatic Colour Scheme LE 18.6.1 Make painting using Achromatic Colour Scheme LP 18.7 Warm and Cool colour scheme (Grey Scale) SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 21
    • Warm colors are made with orange, red, yellow and combinations of all of them. As the name indicates, they tend to make you think of sunlight and heat. Cool colors such as blue, green and light purple have the ability to calm and soothe. cool colors remind us of water and sky Example showing Warm Colours SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 22
    • Example showing cool Colours LE 18.7.1 Make a interesting geometrical composition. Divide it into half from centre. Apply warm colour to one part and cool colour to other part Exploration Exercises: EE 1 Collects Print Ads from Magazine and News paper which have following colour scheme. Paste in your Drawing book. Write the name of colour Scheme that the print Ads has and also mention the colours a) Complementary Colour Scheme b) Split Complementary Colour Scheme 4 c) Double Split complementary Colour Scheme d) Analogous Colour Scheme e) Monochromatic Colour scheme f) g) Warm Colour and warm Scheme h) Cool Colour Scheme SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Achromatic colour scheme Page 23
    • EE 2 Go online and search and check some interesting web sites. Note down the colour scheme that has been used in website EE 3 Check Garments online or from some Fashion Magazine and look for following. a) Summer collection b) Winter collection c) Spring collection SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 24
    • Note: Down the colour scheme that has been used in each collection EE 4 Chose a plain T Shirt do a T Shirt Painting using Fabric Colours. Choose any one colour scheme you like. Application Exercises: AE 1 Make Grids of square of 1”x1” and put colour accordingly for • • • • • • • • Complementary Colour Scheme Split Complementary Colour Scheme 4 Double Split complementary Colour Scheme Analogous Colour Scheme Monochromatic Colour scheme Achromatic colour scheme Warm Colour and warm Scheme Cool Colour Scheme SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 25
    • AE 2 Create a design for book cover. Choose any one of the above colour scheme. AE 3 Make a rhythmic composition using suitable colour scheme from following • • • • • AE 4 Analogous Colour Scheme Monochromatic Colour scheme Achromatic colour scheme Warm Colour Scheme Cool Colour Scheme Make a comparison study by making same composition in following colour schemes • • • • • • • • Complementary Colour Scheme Split Complementary Colour Scheme 4 Double Split complementary Colour Scheme Analogous Colour Scheme Monochromatic Colour scheme Achromatic colour scheme Warm Colour Scheme Cool Colour Scheme _____________________________ SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 26
    • LECTURE 19 Section A: Colour Applications LP 19.1 Meaning of colour Choosing right colours in design and Art is very important. Colour express certain meanings. Example Blue is the color of trust and peace. It can suggest loyalty and integrity, Yellow is the colour of the mind and the intellect. It is optimistic and cheerful. Here it the list of some colour with some meanings. White Peace, Cleanliness, innocence, purity, refined, Sterile, Simplicity, Surrender, Truthfulness Yellow Caution, Cheerful, Cowardice, Curiosity, Happiness, Joy, Playful, Positivity, Sunshine, Warmth Orange Creativity, Affordable, Enthusiasm, Fun, Jovial, Light-hearted, High-Spirited, youthful Red Action, Adventure, Aggressive, Blood, Danger, Drive, Energy, Excitement, love, Passion, Strength. Pink Appreciation, Delicate, Femininity, Floral, Gentle, Girly, Gratitude, Innocence, Romantic, Soft, Tranquil Purple Ceremony, Expensive, Fantasy, Justice, Mystery, Nobility, Regal, Royalty, Sophistication, Spirituality. Blue Authority, Clam, Confidence, Dignity, Established, Loyalty, Power, Success, Secure, Trustworthy Green Crisp, Environment, Fresh, Harmony, Health, Healing, money, Nature, renewal, Tranquillity Brown Calmness, Depth, Earth, Natural, Roughness, Richness, Simplicity, Serious, Subtle, Utility, Wood Grey Authority, Corporate, Dullness, Humility, Moody, Practicality, Respect, Sombreness, Black Authority, Bold, Classic, Conservative, Distinctive, Formality, Mystery, secrecy, Serious, Tradition SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 27
    • Example showing different colour and its expression LE 19.1.1 Use colour to express your five experience. LE 19.1.2 Make list of different products and also write down the colour of product. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 28
    • Section B: Introduction to Texture LP 19.1 What is Texture Texture refers to the surface quality in a work of art. We always associate textures with the way that things look or feel. Everything has some type of texture. We describe things as being rough, smooth, silky, shiny, fuzzy and so on. Some things feel just as they appear; this is called real or actual texture. Some things look like they are rough but are actually smooth. Texture that is created to look like something it is not, is called visual or implied texture. Texture is used to • • • create visual interest or a focal point in a composition to create contrast within a design composition to help visually balance a design composition LP 19.2 Making Different Textures through colour Texture surface always enhance the effect of colour. Painters use it to give beautiful effect. LP 19.2.1 Dry brush strokes Material required : • • • Brush ( round or flat of different size) oster colour Any Art Paper Making texture by using dry brush. Step1 Take any brush round or flat. Dip to colour Step 2 Apply on the paper with strokes. You can create much texture by just changing the direction and style of stroke as well as size of the brush. Example showing the dry brush stroke SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 29
    • Create a composition using just dry brush strokes LE 19.2.1 LP 19.3 Oil pastel drawing and paint. Material Required • • • Oil Pastel colour or wax crayons Poster colour or water colour Any art paper Making texture using oil pastel Step 1 Draw any pattern using pastel colour. You can even scrub pastel randomly or with some pattern Step 2 Paint the entire paper with water colour or poster colour and observe the effect. You can explore more by just using different pattern as well as colours of crayons LE 19.3.2 Make five different texture using pastel and poster or water colour LP 19.4 Texture by using Paper stencils Material required • • • Mount paper Tooth Brush Any art paper SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 30
    • Step 1 Draw some interesting shape on mount paper and cut it. This will be the stencil Step 2 Place it on the art paper Step 3 Take the toothbrush, dip it into colour and spray the colour by moving your thumb over the bristles continuously (top to bottom direction). You can create numerous interesting and beautiful patterns by just using different shapes on stencils LE 19.4.1 Make a Symmetrical composition using texture by using stencil. LP 19.5 Sprinkle salt on water colour Material required • • • Water colour Salt Handmade paper Step 1 Spread water colour on the handmade paper. Use more water and let the paper be wet. Step 2 Sprinkle salt randomly on the wet paper, after some time you will notice the salt leaves a light texture behind. Example showing the texture made by salt and water colour is given below. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 31
    • Make 5 different texture using salt and water LE 19.5.1 LP 19.6 Texture by blowing colour with straw Material required • • • Water colour Straw Any art paper Making texture using straw Step 1 Take colour through wet brush and put it on paper like drop of water . Make sure there is enough water. Step 2 Take straw and blow it with force. Step 3 Repeat step 1 and 2 for different colour. You can create interesting texture just altering the direction of blowing. Example showing texture made by blowing colour using straw LE 19.6.1 Make a 5 different Texture by blowing with straw. LP 19.7 Texture by stamping using vegetable Material Required • • • • • Poster colour Vegetable like Potatoes, Tomatoes, Ladies finger Knife Plate Any art paper SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 32
    • Making texture by stamping vegetable. Step 1 Spread colour in the plate Step 2 Cut vegetable in into half. Step 3 Put the cut side of the vegetable in the colour. Step 4 Stamp it on the colour paper. Example showing texture made by potatoes and carrot through stamping LE 19.7.1 Make a composition with texture made by stamping vegetables SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 33
    • LP 19.8 Making Texture using finger prints Material required • • Poster Colours Any water colour Making texture using figure prints Step 1 Put some poster colour on thumb or any other colour Step 2 Stamp it on the paper. You can make many interesting textures by using different colours LE 19.8.1 Make a five different texture using finger prints LP 19.9 Plastic paper prints. Material required • • • Plastic Sheet Colour Any art paper Making texture using plastic sheet Step 1 Take plastic sheet. Crumple it little bit Step 2 Add colour on it Step 3 Put on the paper and get print. By using different colour and also by overlapping you can create many textures Example showing the texture creates by using plastic sheet LE 19.9.1 Make a five interesting different texture by using plastic sheet SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 34
    • LP 19.10 Creating texture using Tissue paper Material required • • Poster colour Tissue paper Making texture using tissue paper Step 1 Take tissue paper Step 2 Put it into the colour Step 3 Put it gently on the paper to get prints. By using different colour you can create many interesting texture Example showing Texture created by tissue paper LE 19.10.1 Make a five different Texture using tissue paper. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 35
    • LP 19.11 Texture using scratch Material required • • • • Pastel colour Empty ball pen or anything to scratch Any art paper Poster colour Making texture by scratching Step 1 Add colour to paper by using pastel colour Step 2 Paint entire page with thick poster colour and let it dry Step 3 Take ball pen and scratch the colour. As paint is removed we see the pastel colour beneath. You can create different texture by scratching in different ways Example showing texture created by scratching LE 19.10.1 Make a 5 different Texture by scratching. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 36
    • LP 19.12 Sand texture Material required • • • Sand Fevicol Any art paper Making texture using sand Step 1 Draw random or some interesting pattern with fevicol Step 2 Sprinkle sand on it. Let it dry Step 3 lift the paper and remove rest of the sand. Using different patters you can create many intersecting composition with nice texture Example showing interesting Texture created by sand LE 19.12.1 Make a composition by texture which is created by sand. LP 19.13. Texture through Paper collage Material required • • • • Rough magazine or news paper Fevicol Scissor Any art paper SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 37
    • Making texture using paper collage Step 1 Cut different photos from magazine or news paper. Step 2 Paste on the paper. Using different patterns of picture you can create many intersecting textures. Example showing interesting Texture created paper collage Make five different texture using paper collage LE 19.13.1 LP 19.14 Sponge texture. Material required • • • Sponge Poster colour Any art paper Making texture using sponge Step 1 Take sponge and dip into the colour Step 2 Stamp gently on the paper. Using different colour many interesting texture can be achieved. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 38
    • Example showing Texture created by sponge Make a five different texture using sponge LE 19.14.1 LP 19.15 Marble texture This is one of the most interesting textures. This texture is made with oil colour and water. Material required • • • • Oil Colour Bucket Water Any art paper Making marble texture Step 1 Take a tray full of water. Step 2 Put 2/3 oil colous in it Step 3 Stir water. Step 4 Insert paper slowly in the tray. Step 5 You will get nice pattern on paper Step 6 You can sprinkle gold dust on it. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 39
    • Example showing marble texture Make a five different marble Texture LE 19.15.1 LP 19.16 Making texture by using fevicol Material Required • • • • Poster colour Fevicol tube Any Art paper Brush Making Texture by using fevicol Step 1 Make any pattern using fevicol tube. And let it dry Step 2 Fill the paper with colours. You can create various interesting texture by applying fevicol in different ways SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 40
    • Example showing texture made by fevicol LP 19.17 Making texture from comb Material required • • • • Poster colour Comb with thin teeth Brush Any art paper Making Texture by using comb Step 1 Take some colour in brush and put it the gaps of teeth of comb Step 2 Keep the comb on paper and scratch against the paper. You can create different texture by using different colour and different direction of stroke SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 41
    • Example showing the texture made by comb LE 19.17.1 Make five different Texture using combs. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 42
    • Exploration Exercises: EE 1 Go out and collect snaps of different texture that you come across. Make your own collection for texture. EE 2 Collect different fabric. Check for different texture .Make note on the texture on each fabric EE 3 Collect different type of leaves. Derive different texture and colour pattern. SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 43
    • EE 4 Collect snaps of different flower. Study then and try to make different texture. Application Exercises: AE 1 Create a composition using texture representing following words • • • • • AE 2 Create a poster using texture on • • • • • AE 3 Save water Life in Mumbai Radio Man and Machine Dream Make a composition in 9”x9” using showing following • • • • • AE 4 Love Joy Sad Confused Disaster Balance Rhythm Emphasis Proportion Unity Create a design for envelope for • • • • • Birthday card Wedding invitation card New year card Mother day card Friendship day card SILICA COLOR LECTURE BOOK Page 44