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Copy of Color

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Stacey Celestino

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Transcript of Copy of Color

Color
Comes from lightwaves being reflected or absorbed.
Color has 3 properties:
Hue
Value
Intensity
The name of the color
The lightness or darkness of the color.
The brightness or dullness of a color.
Color Spectrum
Bands of color that are formed when white light passes through a prism. Also, the full range of color.
The color spectrum bent into a circle.
Color Wheel
The 3 basic colors, from which it is possible to mix all other colors.
Primary Colors
Secondary Colors
Made by mixing 2 primary colors together.
Tertiary Colors
AKA
Intermediate Colors
Made by mixing 1 primary color
& 1 secondary color.
Intensity is changed by mixing complementary colors.
Color Schemes
A plan for organizing color.
Warm Colors
Cool colors
Complementary
Monochromatic
Analogous
Split Complementary
Triad
Hues that are directly accross from one another on the color wheel.
Tints and shades of 1 color.
Colors that remind you of hot things such as the sun and fire.
Colors that remind you of cool things such as leafy trees and cool water.
Colors that sit next to each other on the color wheel and are closely related.
Three colors that are equally spaced apart on the color wheel.
A hue that is combined with the hues on both sides of its complement.
A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
A. Tint
B. Shade
A. Secondary Colors
B. Tertiary Colors
A. Warm Colors
B. Cool Colors
A. Complementary
B. Cool Colors
A. Complementary
B. Triad
A. Warm Colors
B. Cool Colors
A. Analogous
B. Triad
A. Complementary
B. Analogous
A. Split Complementary
B. Triad
Door Pass
Name the color scheme used in eack Dunk.
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Think. Pair. Share.
Choose the correct Color Scheme.
EXIT TICKET
1. What are the 3 properties of color?
2. List the primary and secondary colors.
3. Explain how the secondary and tertiary colors are made.
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2.
3.
4.
Draw This
Yellow
Red
Blue
Green
Orange
Violet
yellow-orange
Red-orange
Red-violet
blue-violet
Blue-green
Yellow-green
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2.
3.

Warm -up
1. Define color using a complete sentence.
2. If you were able to create a new crayon color for Crayola, what would you create
and why? Describe your choice in your explanation and give your color a name.
(Hint: try imagining that you're explaining this color to people who CAN NOT see it)
Review:
For example: To make blue less intense (duller), mix it with it's complimentary color which is orange.
Tint vs. Shade: number from 1-4
Identifing colors: number from 1-5
4.
A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
5.
A. Primary Colors
B. Secondary Colors
6.
A.
Exit Ticket:
1. What are the 3 properties of color?
2. Explain how a tint and shade are made
3. what is the definition of Primary Colors? What are the primary colors.
4. Explain how the tertiary colors are made.
5. What is the definition for color wheel.
Tint: the light value of a color. Made by mixing the color + white.
Shade: the dark value of a color. Made by mixing the color + black
Part 1
Color Schemes
Part 2
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