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ColoAnd its contents                   Andrew McIntosh                   Tues & Thurs. 11am
The  Color  WheelWhat we will learn•Primary color         “12 Step•Secondary color       Wheel”•Tertiary color•Cool color•...
Color and yourMoodpiece of paper:•Separate into groups of about 5•On a scrap   •Red   •Blue   •Yellow   •Orange   •Purple ...
Color and yourMood Green: Balance, Harmony, Nature, Acceptance Blue: Calmness, Peace, Honesty, Emotional depth  Violet: Im...
What do these logos have incommon?
Primary      Color                              Red•Red, Yellow andBlue are primarycolors because theyare thebases toall o...
Red + Yellow = Orange  Yellow + Blue = GreenBlue + Red = Purple (Violet)
Secondar                        y ColorOrang          Violet    •The secondarye                        colors are created ...
Tertiary Color•Tertiary color iscreated when aprimary and asecondary colorare mixed
Split Complement •A 3 color set •A color plus the two adjacent color to its complementComplement•Two colors directlyacross...
*                 *Analogous            *                  *        colors*                                        •3 colo...
TIN        T•A color plus the addition ofwhite
TONE•The color plus the addition plusgray
SHADE•A color plus the addition ofblack
Apply what you’ve          learned       •Come up front and choose a color sample       •Applying what you’ve learned toda...
Slide 1                       Sources              http://internal-flame13.deviantart.com/art/Splatter-paint-background-17...
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  1. 1. ColoAnd its contents Andrew McIntosh Tues & Thurs. 11am
  2. 2. The Color WheelWhat we will learn•Primary color “12 Step•Secondary color Wheel”•Tertiary color•Cool color•Warm color•Analogous color•Complementary color•Split Complementarycolor
  3. 3. Color and yourMoodpiece of paper:•Separate into groups of about 5•On a scrap •Red •Blue •Yellow •Orange •Purple •Green •White •Black•Go through and decide what these colorsremind you of •Moods, Feelings, Objects, Etc.
  4. 4. Color and yourMood Green: Balance, Harmony, Nature, Acceptance Blue: Calmness, Peace, Honesty, Emotional depth Violet: Imagination, Meditation, Artistic Qualities Red: Physical Energy, Stamina, Stability, Passion Orange: Stimulates Creativity, Pleasure, Enthusiasm, Yellow: Increases Fun, Personal Power, Logic
  5. 5. What do these logos have incommon?
  6. 6. Primary Color Red•Red, Yellow andBlue are primarycolors because theyare thebases toall other colors Yello Blue•When two of thesethree colors are wmixed they createtheSecondaryColors
  7. 7. Red + Yellow = Orange Yellow + Blue = GreenBlue + Red = Purple (Violet)
  8. 8. Secondar y ColorOrang Violet •The secondarye colors are created by mixing two primaries together •Red+Yellow= Orange •Blue+Red= Purple •Yellow+Blue= Green Gree n •The Tertiary colors are created when a primary and secondary color are mixed
  9. 9. Tertiary Color•Tertiary color iscreated when aprimary and asecondary colorare mixed
  10. 10. Split Complement •A 3 color set •A color plus the two adjacent color to its complementComplement•Two colors directlyacross from each otheron the color wheel
  11. 11. * *Analogous * * colors* •3 colors next to each other in the color wheel Warm Colors* Cool Colors * *
  12. 12. TIN T•A color plus the addition ofwhite
  13. 13. TONE•The color plus the addition plusgray
  14. 14. SHADE•A color plus the addition ofblack
  15. 15. Apply what you’ve learned •Come up front and choose a color sample •Applying what you’ve learned today you are to use your paints to re-create your chosen color as close as possible •Cut piece of illustration board •8” x 11” •Your copied color •4” x 4” •Color Sample •1” x 1”*ACRYLIC PAINT DRIES SLIGHTLYDARKER*
  16. 16. Slide 1 Sources http://internal-flame13.deviantart.com/art/Splatter-paint-background-179711560Slide 4 http://web.njit.edu/~jes33/is270/assgt4/index.htmlSlide 11 http://www.the-digital-reader.com/2010/12/15/maybe-connectivity-isnt-as-important-as-i-thought/virgin-mobile-logo-01/#.UHsSqcXR68A
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