1- What is the difference between valueand a hues pure value?Value describes the lightnessor darkness of a colour andwhen the values are notchanged by adding anyblack or white, they are calledpure hues
2.- Write a definition of primary andsecondary colours. List each and describehow we obtain themPrimary colours: These are the colurs that do notcome from a mix of colours but all others colourscome from them.Secondary colours: We obtain this colours bymixing the same amount of two primary colours.
Primary andsecondary coloursHow do weobtain them
3- What are the warm colours? Why are they calledthis?-Warm colours are the colours that convey asensation of warmth.-They are called like these because ther are manyelements in natur that transmit the idea of heat,such as the sun, fire, summer dessert, etc. Their huesare yellows, oranges and reds with more than 50%of yellow in their mixture
4- Give an example of how we can contrastcolours in a composition.This is a contrastof colours andhere you cansee that theycontrast coolcolours withwarm colours.
5- Choose a work of art from the links and anylisethe meanings of its colours.The colours are vibrating andexpress emotions that areasociated with the life of thesunflowers. The colours go froma bright yellow that express life,to a dark yellow that expressthe dead of the sunflowers.
6.- Look for Claude Monets "Notre Dame Cathedral"and Henri Matisses "Sorrow of the king" or "The kingsSadness"1952. In one of the paintings there is analogy ofcolours and in the other one, there is contrast. Explainwhat you find in each one.This is an analogy of coloursbecause it is related to aprimary colour and thereare not big changes.
This is a contrast of colours because the mixturehave very little in common and there are warmand cool colurs in the picture.
1.- Write a definition of a segment bisector.A segment bisector is the perpendicular line thatdivides a segment into two equal parts.
1.- What is an angle.An angle is the part of a plane definedby two straight lines that cross at thesame point, called vertex.
2.- Explain the steps we must follow to divide a segmentinto five equal parts.1- From oneextreme of thesegment AB, forexample A you doa straight line.2- With any opening inthe compas, you put 5times over the S line.
3- In the last pointthat you have, youjoin the otherextreme of thesegment with the B.4- In the rest of thedivisions, you have todo paralel lines tothe las line you havedone and now youhave 5 equal parts.
4.- Look for pictures in the links which include: acuteangle, right angle,obtuse angle and a straight angle.
5.- Draw a triangle, a square and a circle. Colour thespace in between the lines using different colours.