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* Color Theory. The art and science of color interaction and effects. RGB ADDITIVE COLOR Color created from beams of light. R G B Red Green Blue ADDITIVE COLOR. R G B Red Green Blue ADDITIVE COLOR Color created from beams of light. R G B Red Green Blue ADDITIVE COLOR - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Welcome Art 8!

    Please Pick up a 1 copy from each stack from the circle table.Put your name and class color on each. Show me what I expect to see of you for the start of class.

  • Color TheoryThe art and science of color interaction and effects.SYSTEMS

  • RGBRed Green BlueADDITIVE COLOR WE ADD COLORS IN ORDER TO GET WHITEColor created from beams of light.

    This system applies only to devices employing light computer monitors: television sets theater stage lighting

  • Primary Color ADDITIVE RGBLight!This is how a computer translates color to a monitor.

  • RGBLIGHTRED + GREEN = YELLOW

    BLUE + GREEN = CYAN

    RED + BLUE = MAGENTA

    RED + GREEN + BLUE = WHITE

  • RGBLIGHT

    FINAL QUESTION:

    HOW DO YOU GET BLACK?

    In LIGHTblack is the absence of color!

  • CMYKCyan Magenta Yellow BlackSUBTRACTIVE COLORWE SUBTRACT COLORS TO GET WHITE Used in printing

  • CYAN + MAGENTA = BLUE

    MAGENTA + YELLOW = RED

    CYAN + YELLOW = GREEN

    C+ Y+ M= BLACK

    CMYKPRINTING

  • CMYKPRINTING

    FINAL QUESTION:

    HOW DO YOU GET WHITE?

    In PRINTINGWhite is the absence of color!

  • The CMYK Color SystemIf you look at a printed page with a magnifying glass you might see something like the illustration. Our eye mixes the colors

  • RYBRed Yellow BlueSUBTRACTIVE COLORWE SUBTRACT COLORS TO GET WHITE

    This is what we do in the art room on a regular basis! This is how we mix colors with pigments and dyes: Paint, crayons, colored pencils, pastels etc.

  • Primary Color RYB Color that all other colors can be made from. These 3 colors can not be made by mixing other colors from this system together.

    Secondary Color VGO Color that is made by mixing 2 primary colors together.

    Tertiary Color RvRoYoYgBgBv Color that is made by mixing 1 primary color with 1 of the secondary colors that is next to it.

  • Complete Munsen Color Wheel

  • Color Temperature

  • How many colors are there?

    Older computer systems may be limited to 216A high quality printer is only capable of producing thousandsA monitor can display millionsHow many colors could you make in paint?

  • Color Wheel* Hue Is the name of a specific color. The lightness or darkness of a hue.

  • Color Wheel* Hue Is the name of a specific color.* Value The lightness or darkness of a hue.

  • Color Wheel* Hue Is the name of a specific color.* Value The lightness or darkness of a hue.

  • A: COLOR MIXING & EXPERIMENTATION

    ValueWe add black and white to a color to get tints and shades.

    Tone and Intensity We add compliments to each other to get muddy colors e can mix more and less of other colors to get millions of color variations.

  • A: COLOR MIXING & EXPERIMENTATION

    ValueWe add black and white to a color to get tints and shades.

    Tone and Intensity We add compliments to each other to get muddy colors e can mix more and less of other colors to get millions of color variations.

  • * Tint A hue that has been mixed with white.* Shade A hue that has been mixed with black.

  • Color Wheel* Hue Is the name of a specific color.* Value The lightness or darkness of a hue.* Intensity The brightness or dullness of a color.

  • Color Wheel* Hue Is the name of a specific color.* Value The lightness or darkness of a hue.* Intensity The brightness or dullness of a color.

  • A: COLOR MIXING & EXPERIMENTATION

    ValueWe add black and white to a color to get tints and shades.

    Tone and Intensity We add compliments to each other to get muddy colors e can mix more and less of other colors to get millions of color variations.

  • From color mixing experimentation.

    ValueWe add black and white to a color to get tints and shades.

    Tone and Intensity We add complements to each other to get neutral tones. We can mix more and less of other colors to get millions of color variations.

  • Mixing a color with its complement to creates different tones.

  • From color mixing experimentation.

    ValueWe add black and white to a color to get tints and shades.

    Tone and Intensity We add complements to each other to get neutral tones.We can mix more and less of other colors to get millions of color variations.

  • Color TheoryThe art and science of color interaction and effects.SCHEMES

  • Achromatic Color scheme based on white, black and varying grays

  • Monochromatic Color scheme based on variations of a single hue.

  • Analogous A color scheme based on hues that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel.

  • Mark Ryden

  • Complementary Two colors opposite each other on the color wheel.

  • Marshall ArismanMaxfield Parrish

  • Hello this is Mrs. GordonHow do you like them Apples?

  • Split Complementary Using the hues next to a colors complement in a composition.

  • Split Complementary Using split complements is easier on the eye than complements while still being dramatically opposite in color.

  • Triadic harmony A color scheme based on three colors which are equidistant on a color wheel.

  • Piet Mondrian

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