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Transcript: Environment Forest Gathering Materials What's Going on In Brazil? Deforestation in Amazon is high - from 1991 to 2000 approximately 172000 square km was reduced in trees. This was caused by colonization for farms. Law 840 passed in 2009. What is Deforestation? It is when land is cleared of trees so that people can profit from using that land for purposes. purposes can include agriculture, but there are other examples such as urban use. Why do we remove trees from our land? We need to build stuff. We need the land for pasture or urban living. There is an economic gain for cutting wood. What are the percentages of deforestation? Subsistance farming. Commercial agriculture. Logging. Fuel Wood. How does deforestation cause problems in the Atmosphere? Greenhouse emissions. CO2 increase. Heating of Earth. How does the water cycle change as tree populations change? Trees release water to environment. Annual precipitation changes without trees. Quantity of water changes. List of what trees do to affect water cycle. Interesting fact: Tropical forests produce 30% of planet’s fresh water. How is soil affected by deforestation? Soil loss. Soil erosion. Landslides. How does deforestation affect biodiversity? Extinction occurs due to the lack of habitat for individuals that need the forest. Tropical forests are an important ecosystem on Earth, housing most biodiversity. How is our economy impacted by deforestation? Living Standards Economic gains lead to loss in the end. What can we do to help solve this problem? We can help in stopping the deforestation process by using our computers for notes/using recyclable paper. Reforestation. Use Sustainable Practices (bamboo). Monitor deforestation and pay money to save trees. Plant a tree day. Question to Discuss: How would you approach deforestation? What are the ethical concerns for your approach? Environment Ocean Transportation and Dyes In the Indian Ocean: 1980s - dumping of pollutants into the waters. Toxins included. What is Marine Pollution? Marine Pollution is when harmful effects occur due to chemicals/waste or invasive species entering the marine environment. Toxins are bad for the ocean! Many times, pollution comes from the land into the ocean. Nutrient Pollution: pollution caused by too much nutrients in the water causing algal blooms. Pesticides. Toxic Metals. What kinds of pathways exist that cause marine pollution? Direct Discharge Land Runoff Ship Pollution Atmospheric Pollution Deep Sea Mining Types of Pollution Eutrophication solution to in estuaries Plastic Debris Toxins Underwater noise. Discussion Question: Why is ocean pollution a problem? How should we approach in correcting the problem? Oil and Fuel Effects on Environment Clothing/Pollution Ice Cap Melting Water rising affects trading Global collective effects of mass production Ivory, coal and Gold Jewelry Oil Production Effects Ozone Layer and Affects Ocean Acidification YOU - Forest Fires Economical Gains Poverty How can you change this? TITLE

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Transcript: Although, printmaking is a very effective technique the layering process of printing causes some limitations to the amount of colour that can be uses Because each colour or tone within the print is its own template incorporating too many colours can make the print difficult to make To work around this limitation many artists choose the colours very strategically to create bold and eye-catching imagery In the early 16th Century, printmaking was being explored, replacing hand drawl medieval model books, architecture and ornamental designs Woodcuts, engravings and etchings allowed the artist to explore there own interest and distribute their art more easily Inks... Pollaiuolo, Antonio . Battle of Naked Men. 2012. Engraving . The Metropolitan Museum of ArtWeb. 2 Dec 2012. <>. Smith, Jon. The Black Keys Columbus Poster. 2012. Screen Print. n.p. Web. 5 Dec 2012. <>. Article Bahr, Bob. "Hard Edge, Bold Colors ." The Hitchhiker . (2007): n. page. Web. 5 Dec. 2012. Leydier, Richard. "Artpress." Artpress. (2009): n. page. Web. 5 Dec. 2012. Munson , Doug. "The History of Printmakers' Ink." eHow. N.p.. Web. 5 Dec 2012. <>. Book Perry , Mike. Pulled: A Catalog of Screen Printing. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2011. Print. Foster, John. New Masters of Poster Design. New York: Rockport Publishers , 2006. Print. Printmaking... Printmaking Printed by Johann Friedrich Greuter (German, active Rome, ca. 1590/3–1662) Etching and engraving Modern Printmaking... Landland is a small design studio. The artists working within the studio create very bold and detailed posters many appearing as collages. Bibliography Colour in Screen Printing Four-colour screenprint on 100# French cover stock • 18" x 24" Signed & Numbered Edition of 90 Illustration: John Vogl, Casey Burns, Dan Black & Jessica Seamans Design: Dan Black Printing in the 18th Century... Images Aesthetic Apparatus, . The Fidelity and the Casualty . 2012. Screen Print. n.p. Web. 5 Dec 2012. <>. Baldung, Hans. The Witches' Sabbath. 2012. Woodcut. The Trustees of the British MuseumWeb. 2 Dec 2012. < Baldung, Hans. The Witches. 2012. Woodcut. The Trustees of the British MuseumWeb. 2 Dec 2012. <>. Black, Dan. Send Me Your Pigeons (Exhibition at Galerie F). 2012. Screen Print. n.p. Web. 2 Dec 2012. <>. De Goya y Lucientes, Francisco. The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters: Plate 43 of The Caprices (Los Caprichos). 2012. Etching. The Metropolitan Museum of ArtWeb. 5 Dec 2012. <>. Greuter, Johann Friedrich. Hesperides, sive, De Malorum Aureorum cultura et usu Libri Quatuor . 2012. Etching. The Metropolitan Museum of ArtWeb. 5 Dec 2012. <>. Harrington, Steven. Balance . 2008. Screen Print. n.p. Web. 5 Dec 2012. <>. Jeremyville, . Shrooms Vibrations. 2012. Screen Print. n.p. Web. 2 Dec 2012. <>. Kono , Bairei . Woodblock Print Flower Series; One Hundred Flowers. 2012. Woodblock. JusuraWeb. 2 Dec 2012. <>. The evolving technology of printmaking first started to take shape in the 1400's, allowing multiples of the same image to be created Not only images were printed but also books could now be created and distributed more easily The initial demand in the early print market was playing cards and affordable devotional images The Fidelity and Casualty, 2007. Decoder Ring Design Concern's series. Art print. 19 colour. Intaglio Process... Two and Four Colour Prints By Jeremyville The challenge of working with multiple colours does not effect all artists work. Aesthetic Apparatus, a Minneapolis design team creates elaborate screen-printed concert posters that have many colours. The Fidelity and Casualty print contains 19 colours. Printmaking has developed into an artistic and commercial process because of its accessibility Artists during the Great Depression discovered that screenprints allowed them to create artwork cost efficiently, and they could sell their prints at a cheaper price Screen printing is a printing process where a woven mesh is used as an ink-blocking stencil, inks are then pulled through the mesh and transferred onto the surface The Advantage of Multiples... Balance. 2008. Steven

Colour Presentation

Transcript: COLOURS By: Adam Austin, Alex Camilleri, and Katie Lehwald THE COLOUR WHEEL Definition Time! The following are all aspects of colour that distinguish variations within the colour Hue: The place of the colour within the spectrum Shade: a variation of hue produced by the addition of black. Tint: a variation of hue produced by the addition of white. Saturation or Chroma: the relative purity of the colour as it neutralizes to gray. Intensity: The brightness or dullness of a colour. To make brighter, add white - to make darker, add black. Value: the light or dark character of a colour, also called it's brightness, lightness, or tone. Sinclair had this to say when asked about colour theory and how integral it is to working as a professional colourist: "Color theory is one of those things that has so many facets to it that it can sometimes confuse you. You have to juggle lighting, value, hue, and color temperature amongst other things in almost every panel you color. Not being able to understand all these elements can flatten the art or the perceived atmosphere of the panel. So, you not only separate people and objects within a panel by using a different color for each--you also have to worry about which object needs to be more prominent or 'pop' from the rest. That's when you start varying the darkness of a color, whether or not it is a cool or warm color, etc. So, Batman's cape is blue...what happens when Batman is standing next to a blue night sky? That's the beauty of color theory and using it correctly." •Leonid Afremov is a Russian-Israeli modern impressionistic artist whose artwork exhibits bold and powerful colours. CLASS BLOG ASSIGNMENT 1.Take a picture of the forested area or any place that has a wide range of colours. 2.Open the image on Photoshop and then turn it to Black and White (Image>Adjustments>Black and White). 3.Re-paint the image with a variety of colours making the image vibrant and surreal. For added effects feel free to try adjusting the hue, vibrance, and saturation (Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation). Thank you for your time! Are there any questions? Different colours are able to represent different things London Big Ben Alex Sinclair- Famous colourist who is known for his collaborations with comics legend Jim Lee- Has worked as the colourist on numerous high-tier DC comics titles- Currently works as colourist for the new Justice League comic- A comic colourist has the job of adding colours after the penciller and inker have finished their respective parts- A colourist adds life and vibrance to a penciller’s work •Colour can effectively portray a mood, feeling, or set a kind of ambience in whatever piece of work it may be set in •Designers use colour to make things stand out (road signs, construction signs, etc) or to be hidden (camouflage) •Different colours give different designs unique feelings . Cold colours like dark blue or purple can make some pictures feel empty or depressing even, while warmer colours like reds and yellows can make designs more upbeat and happy Alley by the Lake •Colours sitting close to one another on the spectrum or colour wheel are analogous-analogous colours have a related colour temperature. •Two colours sitting opposite each other on the wheel are complements-complement colours have opposing temperatures. Visible Light -Visible light (light that the human eye can detect) has a wavelength of about 390 nanometers to 750 nanometers -All colours of visible light except for the colour of a surface are absorbed by said surface – the remaining colour is reflected into the human eye. The eye sends a message to the brain, which interprets the colour. The Tears of the Fall RGB Colour Model -Most common model used for computer graphics -Additive model: mixing of visible light from multiple sources -Additive primary colours: red, green, blue -Digital cameras and image scanners are two examples of input devices that use the RGB model -LCD and plasma TVs, computer monitors, and cell phone displays are all RGB output devices The interaction of colour can be seen as the perception of colour changes in relation to how any given colour is juxtaposed with others. •White symbolizes virginity and purity in the West but symbolizes death in some Eastern cultures •Red can symbolize power or courage •Yellow can demonstrate happiness or an upbeat attitude Fiesta Greek Noon •In 1655 Sir Isaac Newton discovered that a prism separates light into a spectrum of colours: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. He organized the colours into a wheel. How do we see color? -Electromagnetic radiation is a form of energy that is characterized by its wave-based properties-Wavelength is a measurement of the distance from one point of a wave to the next point that is a repeat of the first point Sailboats at Sunset Interaction of Colour What IS colour? Designers juxtapose colours to create specific climates and qualities, using one colour to diminish or intensify another. Understanding how

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