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  • 1. COLOUR
  • 2. What is the difference between valueand a hues pure value?• The hue´s are originals colours and value aredarkness or lightness from one colour.
  • 3. Write a definition of primary andsecondary colours. List each anddescribe how we obtain them.• Primary colours: are colours that do not comefrom a mix of colours but all other colourscome from them.• Secondary colours: we obtain these colours bymixing the same amount of two primarycolours.
  • 4. • The list:1 blue + 1 yellow= green1 yellow + 1 magent = red1 blue + 1 magent = purple dark2 yellow + 1 blue = green ligth2 blue + 1 yellow = green2 yellow + 1 magent = orange2 magent + 1 yellow = red ligth2 blue + 1 magent =blue dark2 magent + 1 blue = purple ligth
  • 5. What are the warm colours? Why arethey called this?• To contrast colours we can do with AlfredHickethier´s cube. This, system is to organisethe colours in grade of value. We must to takeone colour of different vertex.
  • 6. Give one example of how we cancontrast colours in a composition.Here, the author contrast the colours withdifferent primary tones like; red, yellow, green…
  • 7. Choose a work of art from the linksand analyse the meaning of itscolours.This picture is painted with secondarycolours as we can see. Are shades andthe art is darkness. Is very beatifullbecause, the painter played with theshadows and the saturation of colours.
  • 8. Look for Claude Monets "Notre DameCathedral" and Henri Matisses "Sorrow of theking" or "The kings sadness"1952. In one ofthe paintings there is analogy of colours and inthe other one, there is contrast. Explain whatyou find in each one.In Notre Dame cathedral, we can see that the colours arevery dark and the same. He use saturation.In The King s sadness, we can see that the colours arevery powerfull, ligth and differents. He use hue system.
  • 9. GEOMETRICOPERATIONS
  • 10. Do a bisector
  • 11. What is an angle• An angle is the part of a plane defined by twostraight lines that cross at the same point,called vertex.
  • 12. Explain the steps we must followto divide a segment into five equalparts• 1. Draw a line r for point A of segment A-B.• 2. Mark as many points on this line as thenumber of segments you wish to dividedsegment A-B into 5.• 3. Draw lines that are parallels to B5 frompoint 4, 3, 2 and 1.
  • 13. Look for pictures in the links whichinclude• acute angle• right angle• obtuse angle• straight angle
  • 14. Draw a triangle, a square and acircle. Colour the space in betweenthe lines using different colours
  • 15. END