Colors Can you imagine a world without colors?. Colors Everything just black and white
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Colors Can you imagine a world without colors?
Colors Everything just black and white
The Color Wheelis made up of three groups of colorsPrimary SecondaryTertiary
Primary ColorsYellowBlue Red
Secondary Colors- are made when you mix two primary colors
Yellow +Blue=Green Yellow +Red= OrangeRed+Blue=Purple
Tertiary Colorsare made when you mix a primary and secondary colorsFor example: blue and green make the tertiary color blue/green
Hue is the actual name of the color
Value Color CharacteristicsTint-when you add white to a color.Example add white to red and get tint called pinkShade- when you add black to a color. Example add black to red you get the shade called maroon.
Intensity- an intense color is one that is vivid and intense. It can only be muted by adding a color opposite of that color on the color wheel.
Color Schemesthere are three types :ComplementaryMonochromaticAdjacent
Complementary- uses colors that are opposite on the color wheel, here are six examples of complementary color schemes
Monochromatic-This color scheme uses tints and shades of one color. This is an example of a red color scheme.
Adjacent- This color scheme uses colors that adjoin on the color wheel. This is an example using yellow, yellow green and green.
Colors and Moods- Color often affects how we feel and act.
RedUsing red in Baby Rooms has been found to stimulate learning and developmentIt is an appetite stimulate that is why most restaurants are decorated in red. Some say it causes feelings of restlessnessPeople often feel warmer in rooms decorated in shades of redCreative Ideas often come easy in rooms shades of red
YellowYellow often causes feelings of anxiety and tempers often flare in rooms decorated in yellow Houses painted yellow sell faster than any other color house.
Blues and GreensThese are natures colors and they usually give people a peaceful and restful feeling.People often feel that time passes faster with these colorsPeople often feel cooler in rooms decorated in tints of blueDark blue is a appetite depressing color, food is not as appealing on a blue plate.
Neutrals Neutrals send calming and soothing feelings. This is why you will find most doctors offices decorated with neutrals.
ReviewThe Color WheelPrimary Secondary and Tertiary ColorsColor CharacteristicsHue, Value and IntensityColor SchemesComplementary, Monochromatic, and AdjacentColors and MoodsColors can affect the way we feel and act
By: Amy Walsh4-H Agent Clay County MS
ProducerObjective: To introduce the topic to the audienceVisuals: A rainbowAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Can you imagine what the world would be like without colors, no blue skies or green pastures. Production nameProducerObjective: To introduce the topic to the audienceVisuals: A rainbowAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________ Everything would be black and white. Do you think it would change the way you feel and act? Today we are going to talk about the primary colors, and how they are used to make new colors, color schemes, and how colors affect our moods.Production nameProducerObjective: The students will learn the three types of colorsVisuals: Animation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________The color wheel is made up of three classes of colors. Your primary, secondary and tertiary colors. Production nameProducerObjective: The student will learn the 3 primary colorsVisuals: Picture of primary colorsAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________There are three basic colors which are called the Primary colors. These colors are yellow, blue and red. These three colors can be mixed to make what is know as the secondary colors.Production nameProducerObjective: Describe the secondary colors and how they are madeVisuals: picture of color wheel with secondary colors added (it is broken down)Animation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Secondary colors come from mixing your primary colors. Yellow and blue make green, yellow and red make orange, and red and blue make purple. Production nameProducerObjective: Show the tertiary colors and how they are made.Visuals: broke down color wheel, showing all colorsAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Tertiary colors are a mixture of both primary and secondary colors as you can see here on this model.Production nameProducerObjective: To teach the student the term hue, Visuals: Pictures of colors that have had black and white paint added to change colors.Animation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________When working with colors there are three basic characteristics or dimensions that we will talk about. The first on is Hue. Hue is the colors name, black and white are not considered colors they are considered neutrals. Production nameProducerObjective: To understand the characteristic of color value, and what tint and shade mean.Visuals: Pictures of the color red with black and white added to make different colorsAnimation effects: Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________ The value of a color is the lightness or darkness of a color. If you add white to a color you will get a tint, if you add black to the color you will have a shade of the color. If you add white to red you will get a tint of red called pink, if you add black to red you will get a shade of red called maroon. The last characteristic is the intensity of the color
Production nameProducerObjective: Teach the students what color intensity means and looks likeVisuals: Pictures of color and how it can be dulled, picture of color wheel and two opposite colorsAnimation effects: Bring two colors up, and show how the intensity can be changed.Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________The last characteristic we are going to talk about is intensity. The intensity of a color is the brightness or dullness of a color. An intense color is brilliant, such a color can be dulled or neutralized by adding a color opposite the color on the color wheel until the color becomes nearly gray.Production nameProducerObjective: Introduce the three basic color schemesVisuals: Picture of color schemesAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________When colors are used together they are put together into color schemes. There are three basic types of color schemes. These are complementary, monochromatic, and adjacent.Production nameProducerObjective: The students will learn what a complementary color scheme looks like.Visuals: Pictures of complementary colorsAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________If two hues are opposite each other on the color wheel they are considered to be complementary colors. When used together in a design they make each other seem brighter and more intense. (example: red and green) You can see examples here of complementary color schemes.
Production nameProducerObjective: Teach the students what monochromatic color schemes look likeVisuals: Pictures of monochromatic color schemeAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Monochromatic color schemes simply use one color and different shades and tints of that color. Here you see an example of a monochromatic color scheme.Production nameProducerObjective: Teach the students what an adjacent color scheme looks likeVisuals: Adjacent color schemeAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________The third color scheme is called the adjacent color scheme. This is a color scheme that uses colors that adjoin on the color wheel such as yellow and yellow green. A great color scheme can be a very inexpensive decorating tool, so use colors to your advantage.Production nameProducerObjective: Introduce the fact that colors can have affect on a persons moodVisuals: Picture of different emotionsAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Did you no that colors can affect the way you feel, the way you think, or even affect your appetite. Many studies have been conducted over the years and there have been some pretty interesting things found out about colors.Production nameProducerObjective: Tell the feelings that are associated with the color redVisuals: Pictures of redAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Red is a good color to accent baby rooms. It stimulates early brain development, and it has been found that people are most creative in rooms painted shades of red.Not a good color for a kitchen because it also increases appetites, that is why many restaurants are decorated in redsAlso increases feelings of restlessnessPeople often think they feel warmer in a room that is shades of red or orange.Production nameProducerObjective: Describe feelings associated with the color yellow.Visuals: Pictures of the color yellowAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects:
Narration:Length:__________________Yellow has been found to often increases anxiety and temper. It is not a good color for room interiors but is great for transitional areas such as hallways. People often notice yellow, and it has been found that houses that are painted yellow sale easier and quicker than any other color houseProduction nameProducerObjective: Describe feelings given by the colors blue and green.Visuals: Pictures of blue and greenAnimation effects:Music:Sound effects: