05-UNIT-THEORY: COLOUR.

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05-UNIT-THEORY: COLOUR.

  1. 1. Art and Design 1st E.S.O. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  2. 2. INDEX ELEMENTS OF VISUAL LANGUAGE SPACE & VOLUME FORMS & SHAPES COLOUR. 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 FRANCISCO VISUAL LANGUAGE & VISUAL PERCEPTION. U. 1 (Book 1) IMAGES & VISUAL COMMUNICATION. U. 2 (Book 2)
  3. 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. 4. 5.1.- What is Colour? • It is one of the elements of visual language (just as dot, line, plane, shape, texture…) • It is light reflected off an object and seen by our eyes.
  5. 5. Notice how the colour of the tomatoes changes because the different colour of the light.
  6. 6. 5.2.- How do we perceive colour? Three elements are involved in this process: - The LIGHT that reaches an object. - The SURFACE of the object and - The SIGHT of the observer.
  7. 7. Objects have Colour because of the light reflected off them.
  8. 8. 5.3.- How do we classify the Pigment Colours? The most common way to do that it is by display them in a circle called: COLOUR WHEEL
  9. 9. PRIMARY COLOURS Those that cannot be made from mixing other colours. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  10. 10. SECONDARY COLOURS Those we get by mixing equal parts of two primary colours. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  11. 11. RAMON DE FRANCISCO TERTIARY COLOURS Those we get by mixing a primary color and a secondary color in equal proportion
  12. 12. But we can get more than twelve colours…
  13. 13. And even more if we also add Black or White…
  14. 14. We can even mix colours that are not close to each other in the Colour Wheel…
  15. 15. But remember: we can get any colour just using the three primary colours, black and white.
  16. 16. 5.4.- Complementary Colours Those pairs of colours that are opposite to each other in the Colour Wheel.
  17. 17. Complementary Colours make one each other seem more intense…
  18. 18. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  19. 19. RAMON DE FRANCISCO
  20. 20. 4.5.- Colour Simbolism
  21. 21. This is because of the way we can find them in Nature…
  22. 22. This is because of the way we can find them in Nature…
  23. 23. This is because of the way we can find them in Nature…

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