Glossary of Art 2d
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- Secondary colors
- Green, Violet, Orange
- Analaguous Colors to Red
- red-Orange, red-Violet
- Complementary Color to Red
- Surface Texture of Tempra Paint
- Solid or Covering
- When Mixing tempra paint
- Always add darker to lighter color
- Do complementaries "blend" visually when used next to eachother?
- 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
- creating distance
- Linier perspective
- Provides color to paint
(comes from minerals
- Allows color to spread usualy chemical
- Prevents seperation of pigment and solvent
- Mix any color with white
- Mix any color with black
- What are the three parts to every color?
- Hue,value& intensety
- The name given to a specific color
such as red.
- Lightness or darkness of a specific color or object.
- 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
- 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
- Three parts of a brush
- Handle,ferrule and bristles
- #000,00,0,1,2,3,4-#20",1/2",1",1 1/2"
- Two shades
- Flats and rounds
- softer edge
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