Exercise - 4:
1/2 day, Individual exercise
An exciting exercise, it simultaneously exposes the student to three most important phenomena of Optical mixture, Colour interaction and Bezold effect. It also fine tunes the student’s composition making capabilities.
• Make a composition using colored paper as background and 2 differently coloured squares or lines.
• Make the same composition as above by replacing 1 of the 2 used colours in the first composition with a different hue.
• By changing the colour of the background paper.
Glue, coloured paper, poster paints, brushes.
Impressionism, Optical Mixture, Bezold Effect, Colour interaction, Simultaneous contrast, after image.