Radial Symmetry Color Schemes Project

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Radial Symmetry Project with Color Schemes:

Radial Symmetry Project with Color Schemes Mrs. Comstock

You will be making a Design Using Radial Symmetry AND a you will use a COLOR SCHEME:

You will be making a Design Using Radial Symmetry AND a you will use a COLOR SCHEME

What is Radial Symmetry?:

What is Radial Symmetry?

How do I do this?:

How do I do this? Step 1: Create a design- that when repeated four times- makes an interesting composition.

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Steps: You will create ONE template- and what we will be doing is creating a design using two or more lower or upper case letters that when overlapped create an interesting design. Use letters that will create MOVEMENT WITH YOUR EYES. Also make sure your letters spill off of the edges of the paper to create closed shapes so when you place them together you have shapes to fill in.

When you color this, you will be using a color scheme. You can either use SPLIT-COMPLEMENTARY, TRIADIC, OR TETRADIC COLOR SCHEMES.:

When you color this, you will be using a color scheme. You can either use SPLIT-COMPLEMENTARY, TRIADIC, OR TETRADIC COLOR SCHEMES.

Review: What are Complementary Color Schemes?:

Review: What are Complementary Color Schemes? Two Colors across from each other on the color wheel.

So a SPLIT-COMPLEMENTARY color scheme would be::

So a SPLIT-COMPLEMENTARY color scheme would be: The split complementary scheme is a variation of the standard complementary scheme. It uses a color and the two colors adjacent to its complementary.

Triadic Color Schemes:

Triadic Color Schemes The triadic color scheme uses three colors equally spaced around the color wheel. This scheme is popular among artists because it offers strong visual contrast while retaining balance, and color richness.

What are some more triadic color schemes?:

What are some more triadic color schemes? Red-violet, yellow-orange, and blue-green Red, yellow, and blue Red-orange, yellow-green, blue-violet

Tetradic or Square Color Schemes:

Tetradic or Square Color Schemes You can use the square or rectangle method. These work best if you let one color be dominant.

You MUST use two mediums to enhance the contrast-:

You MUST use two mediums to enhance the contrast- You will use colored pencils AND sharpies OR oil pastels to color the design. You will outline in sharpie.

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