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7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
7th grade   color wheel paintings
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7th grade color wheel paintings

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  • 1. Color Theory Paintings using color schemes...
  • 2. Objectives: Create a painting using; ● ● ● ● ● ● ● an object with all 12 colors of the color wheel. an object with a set of complementary colors. an object with a set of analogous colors an object with a monochromatic color scheme (5 values). an object with a black and white value scale (5 values). an object with either warm or cool colors. an object with a triadic color scheme.
  • 3. Student Examples:
  • 4. Color Scheme Definitions (1): 1. Monochromatic: Different values of a single hue. Tints and shades of one color. 2. Complementary Colors:Colors opposite each other on the color wheel.
  • 5. Color Scheme Definitions (2): 3. Triadic Colors: Any 3 colors equidistant on the color wheel (if you can make a equilateral triangle in the color wheel, then those three colors are triadic) Example: Red, yellow and blue 4. Analogous Colors:3-5 Colors that are side by side on the color wheel and share a hue.
  • 6. Color Scheme Definitions (3): 5. Warm Colors: Colors that remind you of fire, lava and the sun. Examples of warm colors are red-violet, red, red-orange, orange, yellow, yellow-orange and yellow-green. Warm colors take up half of the color wheel. 6. Cool Colors: Colors that remind you of ice, water, soil and snow. Examples of cool colors are blue, blue-green, green, violet, blue-violet, red-violet and yellow-green. Cool colors take up half of the color wheel.
  • 7. Color Scheme Definitions (4): 7. Neutral Colors: Neutral colors are created by combining even amounts of complements to create muddy earthy tones (example, orange + blue= grey) In clothing a neutral is grey and khaki. In paint it is more muddy shades of brown. Neutral colors are black, white, grey, and brown.

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