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Transcript: Orange & Blue What do you think when you see these images? What are the bigger meanings behind them? What are they symbols for? Pop Art Prints from Stencils Red & Green DEMO TABLE! an art movement that shows everyday popular culture. the artwork style looks more graphic Screen printing & Stencils COMPLEMENTARY COLORS ANDY WARHOL YOUR TURN Fast Food has become a symbol for our culture today. There are almost 150,000 and growing, fast food restuarunts in America today. Colors that are directly across each other on the color wheel, creates a bold, intense, pop feeling. Complementary Colors Screen printers like Andy Warhol use all sorts of stencils. Some use paper, while others are digitally done, or exposed directly on the screen. . All the Color Combos * Famous Pop artist *Used Silk Screening. *Produced multiple prints from various stencils *Bold Contrasting (complementary colors) & Repetition creates importance You're going to be creating a two layer stencil of the contour drawing (silhouette) of an ICONIC symbol of fast food in our culture today and choosing one of the complementary color combos. Kind of like Andy Warhols style (Pop art) One color will be done of the positive print, and another color will be of the negative print. Yellow & Violet Those everyday popular culture images are created as deeper symbols for something else. iconic: well known symbol FAST FOOD: hamburger milkshake icecream cone McDonald's M The part cut out from the stencil is called the positive. The part with the hole of that part is called the negative. The negative will make a POSITIVE print The positive will make a NEGATIVE print

Complementary Colors

Transcript: Example/Diagram -BobDavies88. "Watercolor Basics - Understanding the Color Wheel and Complementary Colors." YouTube. YouTube, 17 June 2009. Web. 03 Oct. 2012. <>. -"Color Harmonies." : Complementary, Analogous, Triadic Color Schemes. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Oct. 2012. <>. Thank you -"Intro to Color Theory." YouTube. YouTube, 31 Jan. 2011. Web. 03 Oct. 2012. <>. -"Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Using Color in Flower Gardens - Color Complements." Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Using Color in Flower Gardens - Color Complements. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Oct. 2012. <>. By: May Lin Complementary Colors Bits on color mixing 1:12-1:36 6 seconds on complementary colors 3:00-3:06 Complementary colors are directly opposite from each other on the color wheel. Complementary colors have a high contrast when put together, creating a vivid scheme. This color scheme can be distracting to the eye if not managed well. Red flowers look eye catching and brighter when put against green leaves for background. Because complementary colors can intensify each other. starting from 1:03-2:47or 3:40(if you want to learn more about how complementary color work with each other) Citations: Definition: Colors that are directly opposite to each other on the color wheel are considered to be complementary colors, such as red and green or yellow and purple. When combined in the right proportions, these complementary colors produce white light. Or creates a neutral color in between the two opposite colors. What is complementary color? Video&Questions

Complementary colors

Transcript: Color Combinations 62110010381 About us Complementary Colors Two colors that are on opposite of the color wheel. This combination provides a high contrast and high impact color combination - together, these colors will appear brighter and more prominent. 1.Red - Green 2.Blue - Orange 3.Yellow - Violet 4.Yellow-Orange - Blue-Green 5.Red-Orange - Blue-Green 6.Yellow-Green - Red-Violet Colors Principle of color... Principle of color Do not use opposite pairs of 50 : 50 colors because they will cause the picture to be uncomfortable, lack of highlights and some pairs of colors cause discomfort such as red and green, but prefer to use colors 80 : 20 70 : 30 and 60 : 40 because will make the picture interesting The highlight of the picture and make the image easy to remember 1. Choose the first color (assuming red) for more than 80% of the area, but the second color (assuming green) must be used in less than 20%. 2. Mixed or add neutral colors to works that use opposite colors to reduce the intensity of the color. 3. Mixed opposite colors to reduce the intensity of each other. Example... Example... fashion Example... photography Artworks Abouts Monochromatic A monochromatic color scheme is a one-color scheme that is created using different tones of that one color. Once you have chosen your base color, you can use a color wheel to help you choose different hues of that same color, varying the saturation and tone of the base color to pick out lighter and darker hues. Example About us Analogous An analogous color combination is a combination of 2 to 5 colors that sit adjacent to each other on the color circle. It creates a smooth and pacifying feeling for the viewer and designers often opt to choose muted hues within these combinations. Example.. About us Triadic A triadic color combination is a combination that uses three colors. They are equidistant on the color circle, making the shape of a triangle. Using this type of color combination can create feelings of peace and harmony for the viewer of your design. Example..

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