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The Color Wheel.

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capri stricker

on 13 March 2014

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Transcript of The Color Wheel.

The Color Wheel.
The color wheel is made of 12 colors.
There are 3 primary colors, (P).
There are 3 secondary colors, (S).
There are 6 tertiary colors, (T).
The parts of the paint brush.
The Most Popular Paint Brushes.
Maintain your paint brush.
This video, from youtube , shows you how to maintain a paint brush to make it last longer.
Over All -
Paint brushes need their proper care and use. Otherwise, they will be damaged and will not be able to be used correctly and work as well as they could. Art can do so much in everyone's life, so you should use it correctly and gently.
Bristles
- can be also known as the hair on the brush.
Ferrule
- the silver part that keeps the hair in place.
Crimp
- a part on the ferrule that keeps that connected to the brush.
Handle
- the part that is usually made of wood and acrylic.
The filbert, flats, round and fan brush are the most popular paint brushes, this picture shows their uses too.
Found on Google Images.
Tints -
Tints are any colors that have white added to them, such as this color you see. Tints can also be known as pastel colors.
Shades -
The Color Wheel!
Tones -
Tint
Shades are any color with black added to it. Most artist don't use it that much because black can easily destroy a color, informed by Color Wheel Artist.
Shade
Tones are colors that have gray added to it, or black and white. Almost all colors you see are toned, it is usually more appealing to people who see it.
Found on Color Wheel Artist.
My Sources -
- www.color-wheel-artist.com/hue.html
Created by: Capri Stricker.
- http://www.art-is-fun.com/artist-paint-brushes.html
in the link, a Hue, Tint, Shade and Tone.
Bristles
ferrule
Crimp
Handle
fan brush texture.
filbert brush base coating.
flat brush blending.
round brush stroke work.
the primary colors form the secondary colors. then
When the primary and the secondary colors are mixed together, they create the tertiary colors.
Blue

+

Red

=

Violet
Red
+

Yellow

=

Orange
Yellow

+

Blue

=

Green
Red
+
Violet

=

Red
-
Violet
Red
+
Orange

=
Red
-
Orange
Yellow
+
Orange
=
Yellow
-
Orange
Yellow
+
Green
=
Yellow
-
Green
Blue
+
Green
=
Blue
-
Green
Blue
+
Violet
=
Blue
-
Violet
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