Value and value_scales

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Value and value_scales

  1. 1. ValueValue is an element of art & design.Value is defined as the lights and darks inan art work.Achromatic Value is black, white andranges of grays (no color).Chromatic Value is a color and the lights(tints) and darks (shades) of that color.
  2. 2. ValueHigh-key Value is defined as a value thathas a level of middle gray or lighterLow-key Value is defined as a value thathas a level of middle gray or darkerValue Pattern is the arrangement ororganization of values that controlcompositional movement and create aunifying effect throughout a work of art.
  3. 3. Value ScaleA stepped value scale from light to dark.
  4. 4. Create a value scale • One end of the scale will be the darkest value (black). • The other end of the scale will be white.
  5. 5. Create a stepped value scale• Each of the center blocks should show the gray value scale making a transition from white to black.• Each block must be a different value.
  6. 6. Use the Pencil to apply values• The pencil value should have a smooth surface. Use light, smooth strokes and build up the value by overlapping layers of pencil.
  7. 7. Blended Value ScaleA gradation ofvaluefrom light to dark.
  8. 8. Grading Criteria:Your drawing should show a… Range of values/gradation. Smooth, even, gradual transitions from dark to light. Good craftsmanship; no smudges, rough edges or white gaps between values.

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