Re what is in a color bradley ward 7292015 64820 pm

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RE: what is in a COLOR? Bradley Ward 7/29/2015 6:48:20 PM This way of talking about colors reminds me of the different dyes that are used in the foods that we eat. The color of dye is notated by a color, but also by a number to further differentiate it. There are currently only 7 different food colorings that are approved by the FDA at the moment, so that means that food and beverage manufacturers need to mix these colors to achieve the different colors that they need to manufacture. RE: what is in a COLOR? Leslie Reed 7/29/2015 7:36:37 PM I never thought about color this way. I always thought about solid or mixed colors, dark or light. The way that the professor explains the color scheme is very interesting. I have a few drawings in my home that I applied this too. Before this class, I would have never looked at the lines, forms, hue and mass. I definitely did not know what these elements of arts meant .
8/7/15, 1:37 PM Topic Print View Page 12 of 20 RE: what is in a COLOR? Jean Innocent 7/29/2015 8:32:33 PM It might not be as clear cut as it seems Professor, color can be also left to one's own perception. Some people see different colors, while others see none at all. That is why some people are colorblind. This would be extremely helpful if you are an Art teacher. You would need your color abilities to see what's in front of you. RE: what is in a COLOR? Michael Nava 7/30/2015 12:31:29 PM You make a good point about people who are colorblind and that shows how color is so hard to describe. Everyone has their own perception of color as well as their own perception to lines, form, shape, and texture. There are many elements of art that color isn't everything and even those who are colorblind can enjoy other aspects of art. RE: what is in a COLOR? Shalom Suniula 7/30/2015 3:43:44 PM This is great point Michael, color can be difficult to describe and the view you make on colorblind people really adds perspective to describing color. Color is often described to have two important roles, describing and composing. Color can often describe a scene to tell you where the light is coming from, what kind of texture of surface that helps best describes the scene. A combination of color and hue helps create the visual structure of the image. RE: what is in a COLOR? Leslie Reed 7/31/2015 2:44:18 PM I agree with both of you. Some people have problems distinguishing between colors and shapes, so they make their own color scheme of things. I have a friend that has a problem telling with certain colors and he will argue me up and down that he is correct about the color he is looking at, when in fact he’s completely wrong. RE: what is in a COLOR? Professor Clarke-Peterson 8/1/2015 12:05:31 AM Class, Jean also has a good point.

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