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Colour and fruit
Colour and fruit
Colour and fruit
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Colour and fruit
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Colour and fruit

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  • 1. Colour and Natural FormsThe colour of an image can create a mood, a feelingan ideaYou are going to experiment with changing thecolours of a simple Natural Form image. 1. Divide the next single or double page of your sketchbook into either three or four sections. It is up to you how you do this. 2. Choose one of the fruits and draw a simple line drawing of a close-up section of it into the first box in your sketchbook. 3. Repeat this drawing into your other two or three boxes. You can use tracing paper to do this if you wish.
  • 2. Adding colour to your drawingsLook carefully at the colours you can see in yourfruit add different layers of colour to showdifferent tones and textures.
  • 3. Colour Schemes1. Create a minimum of three repeated drawings of a section of fruit in your sketchbook.2. Add the title: ‘Colour Schemes’ Use either watercolour or normal coloured pencil to add colour. You must use shade, tone and texture in your drawings.3. Shade one section using the actual colours you can see in the fruit and use the colour theory to decide on the other sections. For example you could use cool colours, complimentary colours or monochrome.

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