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  • 1. Art and Design1st E.S.O.RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  • 2. INDEXELEMENTS OF VISUALLANGUAGESPACE & VOLUMEFORMS & SHAPESCOLOUR. U. 5 (Book 4)TEXTURE. U. 6 (Book 3)INTRODUCTION. U. 7 (Book 7)LIGHT & VOLUME. U. 8 (Book 8)SYSTEMS OF REPRESENTATION. U. 9 (Book 9)DOT, LINE & PLANE U. 3 (Book 3 & 5)GEOMETRIC SHAPES. U. 4 (Book 6)RAMON DE FRANCISCOVISUAL LANGUAGE & VISUAL PERCEPTION. U. 1 (Book 1)IMAGES & VISUAL COMMUNICATION. U. 2 (Book 2)
  • 3. 5.1.- ¿What is Colour?5.2.- ¿How do we perceive Colour?5.3.- ¿How do we classify the Pigment Colours?5.4.- Complementary Colours.5.5.- Colour Symbolisim.
  • 4. 5.1.- ¿What is Colour?• It is one of the elements of visual language (just asdot, line, plane, shape, texture…)• It is light reflected off an object and seen by oureyes.
  • 5. Notice how the colour of the tomatoes changesbecause the different colour of the light.
  • 6. 5.2.- ¿How do we perceive colour?Three elements are involvedin this process:- The LIGHT that reaches an object.- The SURFACE of the object and- The SIGHT of the observer.
  • 7. Objects haveColourbecause ofthe lightreflected offthem.
  • 8. 5.3.- ¿How do we classify the Pigment Colours?The mostcommon way todo that it is bydisplay them in acircle called:COLOURWHEEL
  • 9. PRIMARY COLOURSThose that cannot bemade from mixing othercolours.RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  • 10. SECONDARY COLOURSThose we get by mixing equalparts of two primary colours.RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  • 11. RAMON DE FRANCISCOTERTIARY COLOURSThose we get by mixing aprimary color and asecondary color in equalproportion
  • 12. But we can get more than twelve colours…
  • 13. And even more if we also add Black or White…
  • 14. We can even mix colours that are not close toeach other in the Colour Wheel…
  • 15. But remember: we can get any colour just usingthe three primary colours, black and white.
  • 16. 5.4.- Complementary ColoursThose pairs ofcolours that areopposite to eachother in theColour Wheel.
  • 17. Complementary Colours make one each other seemmore intense…
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  • 19. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  • 20. 4.5.- Colour Simbolism
  • 21. This is because of the way we can find them in Nature…
  • 22. This is because of the way we can find them in Nature…
  • 23. This is because of the way we can find them in Nature…