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7 Color Target

Vocabulary, techniques, and process for the Color Target painting project.

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A phenomenon of light that enables one to see the difference in otherwise identical objects. Color
A circle with different colored sectors used to show the relationship between colors. Color Wheel
Only colors that can not be created by mixing two other colors together. Primary Colors
What are the primary colors? Red, Yellow, and Blue
These are created when two primary colors are mixed together. Secondary Colors
What are the secondary colors? Green, Violet, and Orange
These are created when one primary and one secondary color are mixed together. Tertiary Colors
What color is listed first when writing a tertiary color? The primary color
What color occurs when every color on the color wheel is mixed together? Brown
What 2 color schemes or sets did we focus on in this unit? Analogous and Complementary
Colors that are opposite of each other on the color wheel. Complementary Colors
A set of 3 colors that are next to each other on the color wheel. Analogous Colors
How do we see colors around us? A light source (like the sun) contains all the colors of the rainbow. This light hits an object and the colors in that object are then reflected into our eyes. Our eyes then work to decipher the colors that we see.
What kind of symmetry did we focus on during the Color Target project? Radial symmetry
What are concentric circles? Two or more circles that share the same center or axis and fit inside each other (like a target!).
One of the first painting mediums ever used that is permanent and fast drying. Tempera Paint
What needed to be done first to your project before you physically started painting? All labels for that color being painted needed to be erased.
How do you make sure that your painting is not streaky and therefore has good craftsmanship? Paint with smooth and even brush strokes.
What is a "mat" for a project? A background or frame created for a piece of artwork.
Created by: mhighfield
 

 



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