Silk painting reflection By: Max buckley

Analogous Color

Colors that appear next to each other on the color wheel. Analagous colors have one hue in common. For example, blue, blue-green, and blue-violet all contain blue. Also called related colors.

Color

The visual sensation dependent on the reflection or absorption of light from a given surface. An element of art made up of three distinct qualities: hue, intensity, and value.

Complementary Colors

Colors that contrast with one another. Complementary colors are opposite one another on the color wheel.

Cool Colors

The family of colors that includes greens, blues, and violets. Cool colors bring to mind cool things, places, and feelings.

Gutta Resist

Prevents dye from reaching the fabric; it resists the dye.

Intermediate Colors

Colors that are a mixture of a primary and a secondary color. Blue-green, red-orange, and red-violet are examples of intermediate colors.

Primary Colors

Colors that are mixed to make all other colors. The primary colors are red, yellow, and blue.

Secondary Color

A color made by mixing two primary colors. An equal mixture of primary colors. The secondary colors are green, violet, and orange.

Warm Colors

The family of colors that includes reds, yellows, and oranges. Warm colors bring to mind warm things, places, and feelings.

Reflection: What color scheme did you choose? Why? I chose these colors because these colors represent how I feel and my emotions throughout the course of the day.

What part of the project did you excel in? What part of the project posed a challenge? I excelled in my designs with the guta however I feel like i wasted a lot of the space I had to create different shades of color.

How is the word that you chose (if it is not your name) relevant to you? How is the imagery (the symbols, designs, and/or pictures around your word) relevant? This is relevant to me because I chose the very geometric images because I like shapes a lot more than random designs.

This is the other piece I admire the most because I like how he used thick guta lines and we both used similar colors.
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