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June 10, 2010

Final Reflection Questions

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Throughout this past quarter, I have truly learned what the real meaning is behind the words hue, value, and saturation. At the first class meeting, I thought they were just words, and never thought much about them. But conducting the numerous problems we have throughout the past ten weeks, not only do I know what these three words mean, but now I can say with complete confidence that I can create projects demonstrating each one of these three words. For example, during the color wheel project, I truly found out what the word hue meant. I learned that hue is a colors purest form, and I was able to show this throughout my color wheel. A colors hue means there are no other colors blended with that color to create a different tint or shade. Creating the color wheel, I was able to compare the hue of a specific color  to the other shade of that color. For example, I was able to see yellow, its purest hue, and then see what yellow looks like when it is combined with orange or green. 

I was able to understand what saturation meant while conducting certain projects as well. For the final project, I was trully able to use color and show different saturations. The word saturation means that a color can either have a very high saturation, meaning a bright color, or a very low saturation, meaning dark colors, or hues. In the final project, we were assigned to choose certain colors, and then take those colors and create both high and low saturations for each. I found this extremely interesting, and I was able to clearly see the different saturations. It was very intriguing that the smallest change of saturation to a color can make such a dramatic difference in a pattern. It can take one pattern, and turn it into something completely different.

The problem that taught me the most about value was definitely the ten line project. Value means how light or dark a shade of a color is. For this problem, we were assigned to take diffent values, and convert them into the same value using the colors red and green. It was much more difficult then I ever thought it would be. I never knew how much thought and concentration it entailed to match up values so perfectly. I definitely learned alot artistically when used values, and I know this will help me in future art classes.

The problem that I learned the most from was definitely the final project. I never knew how difficult it would be to create such different saturations with color. I found it very interesting that we made patterns that were inspired by historic patterns as well. I found this problem very complex  and difficult, but I learned a tremedous amount from it as well.

The problem that I felt I liked the most was probably the transparancy project. Out of all of the problems that were conducted throughout the quarter, I definitely found this one the most interesting and fun. Never in my life have I ever tried to create the look of transparancy, and I trully learned alot when doing it during this project. It was alot of work, trying to get each shade exactly right, but in the end, the project was extremely interesting. I never thought it would look as real as it did, and I was very happy with the outcome of the project.

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April 14, 2010

Color Wheel Images

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This pictures displays the color yellow. This particular color is considered a primary color used in the color wheel. When combing yellow with certain colors, new colorscan be created. For example, when yellow is combined with blue, green is made. To show yellow, I decided to take a local picture of the bottle, “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!” spray.

This historical picture demonstrates the color yellow as well. This picture shows a book created years ago written about historical kings.

This is a commercial picture showing the color yellow. Displayed in the picture is a yellow highlighter.

This is a local picture showing the color yellow-orange. Yellow-orange is a tertiary color made when the colors yellow and orange are combined. I personally love this color because it takes to bright colors and combine them into a medium tone. The picture shown above is of a flower with this exact color.

This is a historical picture demonstrating the color yellow-orange. This picture is of a historical painting, which does a great job using yellow-orange in combination with other colors.

This is a commercial picture of a binder demonstrating the color, yellow-orange.

This local picture shows the color orange. Orange is considered a secondary color on the color wheel. When this particular color is combined with others, new colors can be created. The picture shown above is of a t-shirt I found in my room.

This is a historical picture showing the color orange. As shown in the picture above, this is a statue that was create using just that particular color.

This is a commercial picture showing the color orange, which is of a can of orange soda.

The local picture shown above demonstrates the color, red-orange. Red-orange is considered a tertiary color on the color wheel. When the colors red and orange are combined, this great color is produced. This another one of my favorite tertiary colors because it is a very subtle color. This particular color is the color of my walls back at home as well.

This is a historical picture of the color, red-orange. I personally love this picture because it uses the color in the details the pillars. It gives them a much more elegant look.

This is a commercial picture of the color red-orange. The picture shown above is of a nail polish container.

This local picture shows the color red. Red is considered a primary on the color wheel. Red can be combined with other colors to create new ones. For example, if red is combined with yellow, orange is created. This shown above is of a red t-shirt that belongs to me.

This historical picture shown above is of an umbrella created using vintage photos. It does a great job using the color red in various locations.

This commercial image shown above is of a red headband.

This local picture is of  makeup case that is the color, red-violet. Red-violet is considered a tertiary on the color wheel.

This historical picture shows the color red-violet, which is used in a home-made quilt created years ago.

This is a commercial picture of a red-violet colored cupcake.

The local picture shown above demonstrates the color, violet. Violet is considered a secondary color on the color wheel. When two primary colors are combined, violet can be made. The picture shown above is a flower I found in my hometown.

This historical picture shows a cover of a popular play in the early 1900’s. The cover has incorporated the color violet very well throughout it as well.

This commercial image shown above illustrates a glass bottle with a violet hue.

This is a local picture of a shirt I found in my room back home. This t-shirt design does a great job of showing the color, blue violet. Blue violet is considered a tertiary color on the color wheel. I especially like this color  because it is made from mixing a primary color with an adjacent secondary color.

This historical picture shown above is of the building, Berlin. This particular building uses the color,blue violet, many types throughout it’s outside.

This local picture is of an eyeshadow that is the color, blue violet.

This image is of a cup I found in my room. I chose this particular cup because I thought it demonstrated the color blue very well. Because I found this cup in my room, I considered it a local image. Blue is considered to be a primary color on the color wheel.

The historical image shown above is of a painting that uses the color blue through the majority of the artwork.

This particular commercial image shows a pair of blue jeans. I chose this article of clothing because the majority of individuals own a pair of blue jeans, and they are almost always blue.

The local image shown above is of a pillow case I found. I believed it did a great job of showing the color of blue-green. Blue-green is considered a tertiary color on the color wheel.

The historical image shown above is of a queen back in the late 1800’s. I chose this portrait because I especially liked the background displayed in the picture.

This is an image of commercial bracelets that I found. Throughout this assortment of bracelets demonstrates the color blue-green very well.

This local image I found that demonstrated green was on my wallpaper back at home. Green is considered secondary on the color wheel.

This image shows a historical piece of artwork, which happens to be painted green.

This is a commercial image of a green lime.

The local image shown above demonstrates the color, yellow-green. This picture is taken from one of my folders I happened to have laying around my room. Yellow-green is considered a tertiary color on the color wheel.

This is a historical image that shows yellow-green. This particular image is of a painting that is made to look three dimensional.

This commercial image is trying to see a yellow-green colored nail polish.

April 8, 2010

Picture Number Three

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For the third and final picture, I decided this image because of the numerous colors that were used throughout the design. There were so many different shapes and interesting patterns that were used throughout this picture as well. There is a total of six values included in the image.

Picture Number Two

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For the second picture, I decided to post this particular image for many reasons. I retrieved this pattern from my own personal bed sheets, and I loved the design that it illustrated. After observing the pattern, I noticed that there were a total of three different values.

Black and White Values Picture Number One

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I found this pattern extremely interesting for many reasons. I loved that not only there were many values that were included, but also that the design was extremely unique and different. After observing the pattern, I came to the conclusion that there are five different values in this particular design.

April 1, 2010

Questions Due: Thursday

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The first question that I was assigned to answer asked me what I hoped to learn from this particular class. After giving much thought into this question, I came to realize that there are numerous things I hope to learn. One particular thing is how to design color wheels, and how to differentiate between certain shades of colors. I would love to learn what the outcomes are of mixing certain colors as well. My initial hopes and expectations for this class is that I am given the opportunity to work with  a large assortment of colors, and also to know which certain colors can be combined in order to create a completely different color. I also hope to work with different types of creative tools, such as paints and charcoals as well.
The second question assigned for homework asked me how I read the image that displayed a portrait of Goethe drawn by Andy Warhol. After observing the portrait for quite some time, I had quite a lot of thoughts concerning the image. The use of multiple different colors shows me that the artist was a pop artist and was extremely creative. The color wheel shows six different shades of colors, and instead of just using these specific shades, the images are drawn in “hyper-colors.” I find this extremely interesting because it gives the portraits  a different and unique look. I also liked that each image combined many bright colors that I normally would think wouldn’t work well together. It shows me that any colors and combine with each other and create a beautiful piece of artwork. I believe Andy Warhol is trying to show his viewers many things about his illustration of Goethe. By using the hyper color in different combinations, Warhol is trying to show that Goethe had many different sides to him, and that he was a very complex and interesting person.

March 30, 2010

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