1. Color Is an element made up of three distinct qualities: hue, intensity and value. Primary Hue Intermediate Intermediate refers to (terciary) Magenta (terciary) the name Secondary Secondary of the color and Orange its Yellow Intermediate Violet Intermediate Blue (terciary) meaning: (Terciary) Warm / Cool Primary Primary Green Intermediate Intermediate (terciary) (terciary) Secondary
Value Value Is the relative degree of lightness or darkness of a given color and is created by the amount of light reflected from an object´s surface.
Color Intensity / Saturation The brightness or dullness of a hue. A color described as highly saturated /intensity looks vivid and pure; a hue of low saturation/intensity may look a little muddy or dark. White: Tint Black: Shade Gray: Tone
2. Line A continuous mark made on some surface by a moving point Structural lines Emphasizing line, used to show the edges or contours of an object De-emphasizing line, to eliminate the outline of an object. Painterly is a term often used to described this.
Line Expressive lines Vertical: stability and strength Horizontal: calmness Diagonal: tension Curved: flowing movement