TAM LAI MAN & AU YU What have you learnt in last lesson? Op Arts ( 歐普藝術 ) - PDF

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TAM LAI MAN & AU YU What have you learnt in last lesson? Op Arts ( 歐普藝術 ) Do you remember the features of Op Art? Op Art( 歐普藝術 ) is Optical art ( 視幻藝術 ) A style of visual art that uses points,

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TAM LAI MAN & AU YU What have you learnt in last lesson? Op Arts ( 歐普藝術 ) Do you remember the features of Op Art? Op Art( 歐普藝術 ) is Optical art ( 視幻藝術 ) A style of visual art that uses points, lines, shapes and colours to make optical illusions ( 視錯覺 ) Give the viewer the impression of movement, concave and convex. Evaluation of drafts 1.Use curved lines for a shape that stick out 2.Use straight lines for a flat area 3.Draw smooth lines 4.Connect objects and background with lines Evaluation of drafts Fill in the background with lines Op Arts (Application Colours) Colour Scheme ( 色彩概念 ) Which colours are primary colours? Red Blue Yellow Primary Yellow Blue Primary Red Primary Which colours are secondary colour? Mix two primary colours Orange Green Purple Green Secondary Orange Secondary Purple Secondary Which colours are tertiary colours? Mix primary and secondary colors Yellow green (lime green) Yellow orange Yellowgreen Tertiary Yellow - orange Tertiary Red orange Red purple/violet Blue purple (crimson) Blue-green Tertiary Red-orange Tertiary Blue green (turquoise) Bluepurple Tertiary Redpurple Tertiary Colour Wheel Primary colours Secondary colours Tertiary colours Yellowgreen Tertiary Green Secondary Blue-green Tertiary Yellow - orange Tertiary Orange Secondary Red-orange Tertiary Blue Primary Bluepurple Tertiary Purple Secondary Red Primary Redpurple Tertiary Colour Scheme ( 色彩概念 ) 1. Warm Colours and Cool Colours 2. Monochrome colours ( 同色系 ) 3. Analogous colours ( 近似色 ) 4. Complementary colours ( 互補色 ) 1.Warm Colours and Cool Colours Green Blue Purple Blue - green Blue purple Red-purple Green Yellowgreen Bluegreen Blue Redorange Cool Colour Yellow Warm Colour Orange Red Yelloworange Red Orange Yellow Yellow - green Yellow-orange Red - orange Purple Bluepurple Redpurple What do you feel of warm colours? Warm colors are bright, passionate and energetic to tend to be eye-popping( 引人注視的 ) colours. What do you feel of cool colours? Cool colours are steady and give a feeling of calm to create a smoothing( 舒緩 ) impression. 2. Monochrome colours ( 同色系 ) All the colors (tints, tones, and shades) of a single hue( 色相 ). If a color is made lighter by adding white, the result is called a tint( 色彩 ). If black is added, the darker version is called a shade( 色度 ). if gray is added, the result is a different tone( 色調 ). 3. Analogous colours ( 近似色 ) Next to each other on the color wheel with one being the dominant color Blue-green & Green & Yellow-green Orange & Red-orange & Red 3. Analogous colours ( 近似色 ) Next to each other on the color wheel with one being the dominant color Blue-purple & Purple & Red-purple Yellow & Yellow-orange & Orange 3. Analogous colours ( 近似色 ) Next to each other on the color wheel with one being the dominant color Blue-green & Blue & Blue purple Yellow & Yellow-orange & Orange 4. Complementary colours ( 互補色 ) Opposite to each other on the color wheel 1.Red and Green 2.Yellow and Purple 3.Blue and Orange 4. Complementary colours ( 互補色 ) Opposite to each other on the color wheel 4.Yellow green & Red purple 5.Yellow orange & blue purple 6.Red - orange & blue green Monochrome colours Pros: Easy to manage looks balanced and visually appealing Analogous colours Pros: Easy to create the monochromatic colour looks richer Complementary Colours Pros: offers stronger contrast draws maximum attention. Cons: lacks colour contrast not as vibrant as the complementary colours Cons: lacks colour contrast not as vibrant as the complementary colours Cons: harder to balance What are the colour schemes used in these three logos? A B C Monochrome colours Analogous colours Complementary colours What do you feel of these three logos? A B C Calm Harmony Contrasting How to stand out the images? Making contrast repeat filling up the lines to create a heavier tone Demonstration Time Drawing lines with colours marker. Individual Work Objectives: application of colours to deliver optical illusions Apply 1 colour scheme (monochrome, complementary or analogous colours) on your work Arrange lines with colour markers Draw lines smoothly Marking Scheme Visual effect of Optical illusion Effectiveness of using colours to deliver optical illusion Ability of mastering the skills of drawing lines Appreciation Time What is the colour scheme used in the work? Are the lines drawn smoothly? Can your work arrange lines effectively to create optical illusion?
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