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primary colors
red, yellow, blue, the pure colors that are the basis of mixture for all colors
secondary colors
orang, green, violet, the colors that are created when any to the primary colors are mixed
intermediate colors
colors that are between a secondary and a primary color on the color wheel
complementary colors
red and green, yellow and purple, orange and blue, make matched color drker, opposite on the color wheel, a color that offers the greatest amount of contrast to another color
hue
color
tint
making the value of a color lighter;when white is added to a color
shade
makingt he value of a color darker; when black or the colors compliment is added to a color
monochromatic
consisting of only one color
line
path of a moving point
shape
an inclosed line
texture
the surface condition of a piece of artwork; it can be visual and/or tactile
contrast
dissimilarity of things composed
value
the lightness or darkness of a color
contour
an outlined drawing without value (coloring book)
hatching
value shown through a series of vertical, horizontal, or diagonal lines
cross hatching
value shown through a series of vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines
stippling
value shown with dots
positive space
space that is occupied by mass
negative space
unoccupied space that surrounds mass
medium
materials used by an artist
composition
the structure, design, or organization of a picture of sculpture
aesthetic
appreciating or not appreciating some thing based on how it looks
still life
an arrangement of in animate objects
medium geometric
squares, circles, triangles, (precise shapes)
bio-morphic
organic or irregularly shaped
ceramics
the art of fashioning clay into useful artifacts
sculpture
3 dimensional art
the attitude process
the process of creating a sculpture by building up the form
the subtractive process
the process of creating a sculpture by carving to reveal the form
coil
a long, rope-like pieces of clay
slab
clay that has been rolled out o form flat, even-width surface
relief sculpture
sculpture with a raised surface and flat background
scoring
to cut shallow grooves onto 2 or more pieces of clay before they are joined
slip
water- thinned clay used as a sealant when joining clay pieces together
wedging
to firmly compact clay so as to remove all pockets
leather hard
when clay is firm enough to hold its shape but soft enough to be carved
green-wear
air dried, unfired clay
glaze
a glassy compound used for coating clay products, it protects, decorates an water proofs the surface