represents a segment of the spectum, what most people think when they think of color
red, yellow, blue
all other colors come from them
they are called primary because...
come from primary hues, colors made by primary hues mixed equaly
the mixture standing between the primaries and secondaries, yellow-green, yellow-orange, red-violet, blue-green, blue-violet, red orange
hues that are very similar- adjacent to each other on the color wheel
hues directly across each other on the color wheel
reds, yellows, and oranges
blue, blue-green, and violets
refers to the lightness or darkness of a color
a lightened version of a hue
term for a color darkened by the addition of black
white and black
two colors with no hues
term used to describe the brightness or dullness of a color
a gray, dullest intensity of a color
the tendency of a color to induce it's opposite in hue, value, and intensity on an adjacent color
lines and washes aren't the exact subject, but capture essential movement, gesture, and pose
made up of a few simple, clear, continuous lines that define positive and negative space
exaggerated size to create drastic depth
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
because of color
why did we study henri?
because his perspective
why did we study m.c.
because of his drawings
why did we study Michelangelo?