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Drama 160 Scenic Painting9-30-08

Drama 160 Scenic Painting9-30-08 - Scene Painting Scenic...

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Scene Painting
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Scenic Artist Contribution Colors the world of the design Adds character to the set Adds Depth and a sense of reality Shadows Depth Real from fake Wood grains • Granites Marbles, etc.
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Imitation Bricks: Real or Fake?
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Basic Ideas – Terms Color - generic term applied to all light waves in the visible spectrum. We can see color because objects reflect different wave lengths of light. Hue -Hue is that aspect of a color described with names such as "red", "yellow", etc. Intensity - Used to describe the vividness of a hue. Bright blue, red, or yellow has high intensity. Adding white or black to shade or tint it reduces it’s intensity.
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Basic Ideas – Terms 2 Primary Colors Red, Blue, and Yellow - These colors cannot be mixed from any others. Secondary Colors Orange, Green, and Purple - Made by mixing equal parts of primary colors.
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Parts of Paints Pigment a material that imparts color to a paint or dye Medium The vehicle in which pigments and binders are suspended to create a paint mixture. After paint is applied the medium evaporates.
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