elements of art line, shape, form, texture, color, value, & space
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Elements of Art Line, Shape, Form, Texture, Color, Value, & Space
ColorProperties of Color
Categories of Color
Properties of ColorHue-the actual color
Intensity- the brightness or dullness of a color
Value-the lightness or darkness of a color
color + black = shade
color + white = tint
Color Wheel vs. Color Spectrum A Color wheel is the spectrum of colors curved into a circle.
The Color Spectrum is the range of visible colors when white light is filtered through a prism.
Finely ground, colored powders that form paint when mixed with binders.
Material that holds pigment in a form that can be spread over some surface.
The liquid that controls the thickness or the thinness of the paint.
12 Step Color Wheel
CMYK Color Wheel
Categories of Color Primary
Color SchemesA planned group of colors
A way to organize color in a work of art
What Color Scheme?
Color SchemesCool Colors /Receding
Warm Colors/ Aggressive
Monochromatic Several values of one color
Complementary Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
Colors that are next to each other on the color wheelAnalogous
Split ComplementsThree colors that are opposite each other on the wheel, but on either side of the exact opposite.
Visual ColorTonality- when an artist primarily but NOT exclusively uses one color.
Visual ColorOptical color- attempting to use the color as you see it in real life.
Arbitrary color when an artist selects their own colors for objects.
Color Mixing Pure Hue
Color Mixing- With White
Color Mixing- With Black