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Secondary colors
Green, Violet, Orange
Analaguous Colors to Red
red-Orange, red-Violet
Complementary Color to Red
Green
Surface Texture of Tempra Paint
Flat
Opaque
Solid or Covering
When Mixing tempra paint
Always add darker to lighter color
Do complementaries "blend" visually when used next to eachother?
yes
Mixing Complementaries creates what color?
neutral gray brown
Three Parts of Paint
Pigment, Solvent, and Binder
Monochromatic Painting is?
Using only value range of one color
Tempra Paint Limitations
Short drying time
Low color purity
Heavy layers
creating distance
Linier perspective
aireal perspective
over laping
Pigment
Provides color to paint
(comes from minerals
Solvent
Allows color to spread usualy chemical
Binder
Prevents seperation of pigment and solvent
Tint
Mix any color with white
Shade
Mix any color with black
What are the three parts to every color?
Hue,value& intensety
Hue
The name given to a specific color
such as red.
Value
Lightness or darkness of a specific color or object.
Intensety
Degree of purity of that color.
Contour Line
Refers to the outline of an object.
Value Drawing
Has no lines,only shading.
If you mix with black or white what happens to the color intensity?
The color intensity is lowered.
You are reducing how prue your color is.
Example of hue is Red. (High Intensity)
Mix with white= pink (value)
Pink is now a hue of red.
Visual Balance
Requires-Value,contour line & positive/negative.
Efective composition
You want equal amounts of positive and negative
Texture
Actual physical and simulated illusion
physical(smooth & rough)
simulated (see it can't feel it.
Six elements of Art
Color, line, value, texture, space and
shape.
Three parts of a brush
Handle,ferrule and bristles
Sizing
#000,00,0,1,2,3,4-#20",1/2",1",1 1/2"
starters
1,357-8,13,15
Two shades
Flats and rounds
Blending
softer edge