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UNT - ART 1510 - Study Guide - Midterm

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UNT - ART 1510 - Study Guide - Midterm

School: University of North Texas
Department: Art
Course: Drawing II
Professor: Lawrence Leblanc
Term: Spring 2017
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Name: Drawing 2 - Quiz Study Guide
Description: These notes are over my notes and textbook readings for our next quiz over: Color.
Uploaded: 02/22/2018
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background image Drawing 2 Quiz Study Guide Topic: Color Chapter 7 Notes Terminology in Color Value: is the lightness or darkness in a color. This was the key component to  paintings in the classical or mineral era, because there were no vibrate colors to 
paint with at the time.
Hue: what we call a color, or its name. This was introduced in the  impressionist era when colored paints were becoming available to artists. Intensity and Transparency: involves the purity of the color. This is more  modern era, with the extensive amount of resources now available to the public. The better you are with the lightness or darkness of a color, the better you  are with mixing said values. (Translating to Color) High Value Chroma: is the name for a family of colors or hue. To tint a color: add white, but too much will desaturate the image. To tone a color: add grey. To shade a color: add black. Chroma: is the high saturation of a color. Tonality: is value with modulation, or the changed version of a color on a  value scale. Broken Color: is modified in chroma, hue, and value. The Munsell Color Wheel: is a wheel of colors that show all colors; primary,  secondary and tertiary. Primary Colors: are blue, red and yellow. They are able to make other  colors, but not be made. Secondary Colors: these are solely blended colors. Tertiary Colors: are made of a primary and a blended color. Local and Optical Color: Knowing what the color is no matter the  degree of brightness to it. Color Schemes Monochromatic Color Schemes: are of one color in several shades, like a  fading gradient.

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School: University of North Texas
Department: Art
Course: Drawing II
Professor: Lawrence Leblanc
Term: Spring 2017
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Description: These notes are over my notes and textbook readings for our next quiz over: Color.
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