My color order went from white to a darker red. I was using the white.Then i used a light yellow following i used a darker yellow then i started to make an orange color then i made it red and then made it darker.
The hardest part was the patience because it took so long to complete and i just wanted to be done with it.also the part where we had to pick warm or cool was difficult because they both seemed likes good colors.
I learned from color mixing that you have be careful of how much of each color you need to put in or else it will end up a color you do not want.Also you have to make sure your making the right colors.
I wish I knew how to mix colors better because my background color ended up as a weird gray color and i wanted a better background color. i also wish i knew how to make better designs with the wax.
If i did it over again i would do cool colors to see what that looks like. i would also do more designs on it.
The purity of a color or its freedom from white or gray.
Also called color schemes or harmonies. The relationships of colors on the color wheel. Basic color schemes include monochromatic, analogous, and complementary
A circular diagram of the spectrum used to show the relationships between the colors
The differences in elements, opposites.
The significance or importance given to an element of design.
Visual flow through the composition.
Repeated colors, lines, shapes, or textures in an artwork. Pattern is a principal of design. Also, a plan or model to be followed when making something.
Repetition refers to one object or shape repeated.
The repeating of one or several elements to create movement.
A color such as pink that is created by mixing a hue with white. Also, a light value of a color.
A tool used in creating batik patterns. (Batik is a wax resist decorative technique used on fabric.) They hold and dispense hot wax in such a way that the artist can control the pattern laid down by the wax with a great deal of precision.
The three color scheme on the color wheel based on a logical relationship.
The element of art that describes the lightness or darkness of a hue.