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Color Basics

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Katie Vanhoff

on 11 January 2013

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Transcript of Color Basics

There are lots of different ways to combine
colors to create pattern, variety, emphasis, or unity. COLOR
An Element of ART! What do you already know about color?
Why is color important to think about when creating art? Prior Know-how COLOR WHEEL So what does this mean for your projects?? The colors for your projects should NOT be randomly chosen.
You will PLAN a color scheme or pattern of color.
This will help UNIFY your artwork so it makes more sense. &COLOR SCHEMES What color scheme do these movie posters have in common? What are these colors called? Can you figure out..... What color scheme goes with each of these groups of famous movie posters? What color scheme do these movie posters have in common? What color scheme do these posters have in common? What type of colors do these posters have in common? What colors do these posters have in common? This video will sum up what we are talking about.... Warm Temperature Colors
Colors that tend to come forward or advance. (Yellows, Oranges, & Reds).
Cool Temperature Colors
Colors that tend to recede or move back. (Greens, Blues, & Violets). PRIMARY COLORS:
Colors used to mix to get ALL of the other colors on the color wheel (red, yellow, blue)
SECONDARY COLORS: Colors mixed from primary colors (orange, violet, green)
COMPLIMENTARY COLORS: A color scheme that uses two colors that are opposite from one another on the color wheel. Put these two colors next to each other to create strong CONTRAST! TERTIARY COLORS: Colors in between a primary and secondary color on the color wheel (yellow-green, blue-violet) TRIAD:Tri = Three. A color scheme that uses three colors that are equal distance from one another on the color wheel.
MONOCHROMATIC: (Mono = one, Chroma = color) A color scheme that uses one color with tints and shades of that color.

ANALOGOUS: Three colors next to each other on the color wheel yellow, yellow-green, and green can you find them on the color wheel?
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